It will get industry-first features like a two-spoke redesigned steering wheel with an illuminated emblem and touch controls for the HVAC panel with physical toggle switches.
The sub-four-meter SUV will have a ton of goodies inside and may be the first Tata SUV to use CNG technology.
It will include a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen entertainment system with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto interface, keeping pace with the current Harrier and Safari.
The Curvv design will also serve as inspiration for the cabin arrangement, while more upscale surface materials and trims will be used.
A new user interface, automatic climate control, a fully digital instrument cluster, several airbags in the top-end models, a 360-degree camera system, etc. are just a few of the features.
A more potent 1.2L three-cylinder DI turbo engine will replace the current 1.2L Revotron three-cylinder petrol engine.
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