Auto Expo 2023 is expected to feature an exciting lineup of cars. SUV enthusiasts are especially excited about the event, as fuel-guzzling machines will dominate this edition of the biennial motoring event. Tata Motors had one of the best pavilions at the previous edition of the Auto Expo. Therefore, there are huge expectations from the company this time around as well. Here are some of the models that Tata Motors is likely to display at the Auto Expo 2023.
Tata Motors currently has 3 electric vehicles in its lineup: Tiago EV, Tigor EV and Nexon EV. However, Tata Motors is likely to expand its EV portfolio and launch the Tata Altroz EV. Tata electric vehicles have grown in popularity due to their practicality and excellent value for money.
The Tata Harrier is a huge hit with SUV enthusiasts. The Harrier received a mid-life facelift at Auto Expo 2020. Tata introduced its more powerful Kryotec engine in this update. The upgraded version of the Harrier test mule has been seen several times on the trails. Reports indicate that the 2023 Tata Harrier will feature new alloy wheels, a redesigned grille, updated front and rear lights, a larger infotainment screen, a fully digital instrument cluster, a 360-degree camera, and even ADAS features. Futurists like staying in the lane. assistance, adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking.
The Avina concept has generated tremendous buzz among EV enthusiasts. Some even compare the Avinya to the Tesla Model S. The Avinya is based on the GEN 3 architecture and its production-ready version will debut in 2025. Tata claims that the Avinya concept will offer an impressive range of more than 500 km, supporting Ultra-Fast Charging. The car is expected to feature a futuristic design language marked by an extensive LED DRL setup at the front.
Punch And Altroz CNG
Tata Motors has been focusing on expanding its CNG production line due to rising fuel costs. The company will likely offer GNC variants of the Punch and Altroz.
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