One of the most anticipated SUVs of 2020 is the Gravitas from Tata Motors. The hype has grown ever since the car was first showcased at the Geneva Motor Show where it is named as Buzzard but at the 2020 Auto Expo Show when the homegrown SUV was fully revealed, it created a good impact. Every month or so we see some new spy shots of the upcoming 2020 Tata Gravitas and this time around we spotted it with new alloy wheels design.
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Tata Gravitas launch is still delayed and there is no idea as to when the carmaker will finally bring in the 7-seat SUV. The extended version of the Harrier, Gravitas will sport both 6 and 7 seat options to cater to a wide variety of audience.
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In this new spy shot that we have caught, some details about the alloy wheel design seem to be evident. If you look closely then you will see where the resemblance is seen from. Yes, from the Range Rover SUV design. They are 9-spoke single tone aluminium finished alloy wheels which seem to be 18-inches.
Earlier, the Gravitas was seen with the 17-inch dual-tone machine cut alloy wheels but Tata might bring on a new alloy wheel design pattern upon launch. Another noticeable thing is that with the bigger alloy wheels, the Gravitas really competes with the MG Hector Plus which looks bland from its side profile because of the smaller alloy wheels.
The Gravitas is the second product to sit on OMEGA platform and measures 4661 mm in length, 1894 mm in width, 1786 mm in height and gets 2741 mm of wheelbase. Only the length and height of the Gravitas is changed from the Harrier in order to accomodate the third-row bench and a good height to fit tall passengers. The Gravitas is now 66 mm longer and 80 mm taller.
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Under the hood, it will carry the similar 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine at first. This four-cylinder unit makes a maximum power of 170 PS with a peak torque of 350 Nm. This engine gets mates to a 6-speed manual gearbox and an optional 6-speed automatic unit.
The prices of the Gravitas are not yet out but we expect it to start from Rs 15 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Tata might introduce a stripped-down version too of the Gravitas to compete it with the MG Hector Plus. The launch is expected in late 2020 or early 2021.