Tata Motors, the country’s largest automobile manufacturer, is preparing to launch its new micro SUV in the domestic market. It is being told that the codename of this new micro SUV is HBX. Recently this small SUV has been spotted during testing. The company can introduce the new Tata HBX to the market by the middle of next year. So let’s know about this small and affordable micro SUV –
The testing mole of Tata HBX has been used in the production ready dual tone alloy wheel. The concept of this car was introduced in the past Auto Expo. Looking at the testing model, it can be said that the company will give it a tall and muscular design, apart from this, it has given day time running lights (DRL) with split headlamps, as seen in the Harrier.
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The new Tata HBX will be smaller in size, according to the information, it will have a length of 3,840mm, width 1,822mm and a wheelbase of 2,450mm. Speaking of size, this micro SUV is Maruti Swift in length and wheelbase. The HBX is built on Tata’s Impact 2.0 design language, reflecting the design of the Harrier SUV.
How will the engine: The company can use a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder Revotron petrol engine in the Tata HBX, which generates 85hp power and 113 Nm of torque. The front has a split-headlamp set with a main cluster under the bumper. The SUV uses the ‘Humanity Line’ front grille in this SUV. At the same time there is a main crease in the back of HBX, which divides the tailgate into different parts.
What will be the price: Currently, this SUV is being known as its codename HBX. Last September, the company registered a trademark under the name Timero. This has led to speculation that the company may give it the same name. Although it is difficult to say anything about its price before the launch, but it is believed that the company can market this micro SUV at a price of up to Rs 5 lakh.