Tata Motors, the nation’s leading automaker, is rapidly updating its vehicle portfolio. According to media reports, the company is working on a new SUV Tata Blackbird that will be based on the company’s best-selling compact SUV Nexon. The launch of this SUV has been around for a long time and will be built on the X1 architecture. There are rumors that it could be a coupe-style SUV based on the mid-size segment. The SUV based on the Tata Nexon coupe is longer than the Nexon at less than 4 meters, probably around 4.3 meters.
Trust the press, Tata Motors is working on a Nexon-based coupe style that could be dubbed the Tata Blackbird. Once on the market, this SUV will compete with models such as the Tata Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos.
It is estimated that the wheelbase can be extended by about 50mm by raising the rear overhang of the existing Tatanexo. This also frees up more space inside the SUV. The A-pillars and doors can be taken from Nexon itself, but the biggest change can be seen from the outside of this SUV. It has a sloping roof to complement the fastback design with higher rear doors and more trunk space. A longer rear overhang helps improve legroom for rear passengers.
Features of Tata Blackbird
When it comes to engines, the ICE version of the Nexon Coupe will most likely be powered by a new 1.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine capable of delivering a maximum output of 160hp. However, the current Nexon gasoline model is given a 1.2-liter Revotron turbo gasoline engine, and the diesel model is given a 1.5-liter Revotorque diesel engine. This SUV is available with manual and automatic transmissions.
Information on the features of this SUV has not yet been received, but it will be equipped with dual front airbags, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist, Emergency Stop Signal, and Vehicle Stability Management (VSM). no see. . ), Electronic Stability Control (ESC). In terms of price, this SUV will be cheaper than the Harrier and will compete with the Hyundai Crete in the market.
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