Tata Sierra, the emblematic carmaker SUV, recently returned to the Auto Expo 2020 with an electrical SUV concept. The carmaker gave us an idea that the Sierra concept could be manufactured by powertrain and petrol and diesel engines.
We saw several renderings showing what their production model could look like over a couple of years. Here are a few variants showing the four bright colors of the Tata Sierra SUV.
We believe that the ready-to-produce Sierra version remains true to its concept. However, certain design elements such as the back door mounted replacement wheel are lost.
A new, closed grid, more convenient split-headlamps and a newly designed front bumper with a false skid plate are likely to be provided. Instead of modern flush handles, there could be conventional front door handles.
In contrast to the concept of a left rear-door sliding power supply, the production version has a manually operated sliding rear door on both sides. The concept is likely to be carried through with design bits as well as strong wheel arches, large alloy wheels, black cladding around the body and highly mounted tail lamps.
On the Alfa (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) platform, which also supports Altroz premium hatchback, will be built the Tata Sierra SUV. For us, his inside is a mystery. However, it is expected to achieve a future layout with the latest touchscreen smartphone infotainment system.
Commenting on its powertrain would be very early. The Sierra, which is ready for production, will probably share its motor with the Nexon EV, but its battery, power and electrical range could vary. The petrol version could be offered with the Altroz 1.2L turbo-loaded engine if it comes into production.