Tata Hornbill (H2X) Pure Electric With 230KM Range To Launch In Late 2020?
Jun 2, 2019
Tata Motors likely to introduce a Pure-Electric version of the upcoming H2X
Micro-SUV (Hornbill) late next year with 230 km range
Tata Motors showcased H2X Micro-SUV Concept at the Geneva Motor Show in
March this year and its production version is likely to be introduced early
next year as Hornbill rivalling Maruti Ignis and KUV100. Initially, the
Micro-SUV is expected to be powered by 1.2 L petrol engine from Tiago and
the company might not offer diesel engine due to the upcoming BS-6 norms.
Hornbill Micro-Suv will be based on the modular platform, which supports
both ICE and electric powertrain. Also, the upcoming Altroz premium
hatchback will be available in both these options. According to some media
reports, the upcoming micro-SUV from Tata might come with the same EV
powertrain from the upcoming Altroz EV and it might offer good performance
with a range of around 230 km.
The EV model of H2X aka Hornbill is likely to come with fast charging
options along with connected car features as customers will be able to see
the range and control various functions like AC, power windows and lights
from the smartphone application. Like most of the modern cars, it might
offer internet connectivity also.
The design theme of the H2X production model will be similar to the concept
version as the muscular theme will make it more popular among customers. The
front will get projector headlamps setup in which LED DRL on top and
headlamps will be positioned below in bumper. The fog lamps will be placed
at the bottom.
The Hornbill might come with 16 inch alloy wheels with tallboy design. Tata
Motors is expected to offer dual-tone colour options as it is more popular
among customers. The interior design theme will take inspirations from Nexon
The touch screen infotainment system will be placed on top of the dashboard
and it will get connectivity options like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The instrument cluster is similar to Harrier as most of the information will
be displayed on the digital screen while speedometer will be analogue. It
will likely be badged as Hornbill and launch is expected in early 2020 after
its debut at Auto Expo.
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