As the festive season approaches, the automotive sector is revving up to delight consumers with new models and facelifted versions of their classics.
While official launch dates remain undisclosed, speculations point to a festive season unveiling.
Get ready to meet the Tata Punch EV, Tata Harrier Facelift, Tata Safari Facelift, and Nissan Magnite Kuro.
Opportunity Awaits: If you’re considering buying a car during this festive season, holding out for these launches might be a wise choice.
Automakers often sweeten the deal with enticing discounts during product launches.
Tata Harrier/Safari Facelift
Tata Motors, a prominent name in the Indian auto industry, is poised to introduce facelifted versions of its top-selling SUVs, the Harrier and Safari.
Although the exterior design has been unveiled, details regarding cosmetic changes remain a mystery. Expect no changes under the hood, but watch out for fresh aesthetics.
The launch is anticipated in October, with pricing information to follow the official unveiling.
Tata Harrier Facelift Exterior
Tata Motors has provided a sneak peek at the exterior of the upcoming Tata Harrier Facelift from the X platform.
While the interior remains shrouded in secrecy, the exterior design shares similarities with the Tata Nexon EV Facelift.
Notable features include Sequential LED DRL Bars in the front and integrated turn indicator lights.
Inside, an instrumental digital cluster might make its debut, promising a revamped front-end design.
New Look of Tata Safari Facelift
Tata Motors isn’t stopping with just the Harrier Facelift; they are also refreshing the Tata Safari.
The updated model boasts a redesigned front bumper and headlamp cluster. As with the Nexon facelift, expect sharp design elements in the bumper, promising a stylish and modern look.
Tata Punch EV
Tata Motors continues its electrification journey with the anticipated launch of the Tata Punch EV.
Expected to hit the market by the end of October, this electric version of the popular mid-size SUV promises to be a game-changer.
Tata Motors has already committed to launching electric variants of three SUVs by year-end, with the Nexon EV Facelift already on the road.
All eyes are now on the Punch EV’s festive season debut, bringing eco-friendliness to the forefront.