Tata Harrier EV Expected to Have a Range of 500km at Launch

Tata Harrier EV Expected to Have a Range of 500km at Launch

During Auto Expo 2023 in Delhi, Tata Motors unveiled a near-production version of the Harrier EV, offering a glimpse of the anticipated electric SUV. A recently shared image on the web provides insights into the potential range of the upcoming vehicle expected to hit the market in 2024.

According to the available information, the Tata Harrier EV could boast an impressive claimed range of 500km on a single full charge. Notably, the Nexon EV, in its Long Range version, currently offers a claimed range of 465km on a single full charge. This suggests that the Harrier EV might surpass this figure, considering the higher range hinted at in the shared image. The instrument console of the model is expected to feature additional details such as a temperature gauge, time, mobile connectivity, music controls, notifications as well as home and search icons.

The showcased Harrier EV at this year's Auto Expo unveiled several details consistent with the facelifted version of the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) model. These include a triangular-shaped headlamp surround, a new grille (adapted for the EV with a blanked-off design), updated alloy wheels, and a set of contemporary LED taillights. Furthermore, LED light bars may be included at both the front and rear of the vehicle.

Inside the cabin, the Harrier EV is likely to offer a 10.25-inch infotainment screen, a fully digital color instrument cluster, an electric parking brake with auto-hold functionality, ventilated front seats, a panoramic sunroof, multiple drive modes, and a new gear dial. While Tata Motors has yet to officially disclose the specifications and details of the battery pack the forthcoming Harrier EV is shaping up to be a significant addition to the electric vehicle market with its promising range and advanced features.