The homegrown car maker takes a big step in the 89th Geneva Motor Show by unveiling 5 cars. The upcoming hatchbacks Altroz and Altroz EV debuted at the Geneva Motor Show 2019. The most awaited upcoming Tata Buzzard (coded H7X) along with the Tata Harrier (coded H5X) were also showcased. Tata Hornbill (coded H2X) concept – upcoming micro SUV became the show stopper at the event.
Elated at showcasing to the world, Indian engineering prowess, Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD Tata Motors Ltd., said – “It’s a proud and humble moment for us today, as we stand here not only showcasing to all what we have in store in the coming year, but also being able to honour the commitments we made last year at this very time. We are excited to showcase to you the derivatives of our new future protected architectures – the ALTROZ, the ALTROZ EV, the BUZZARD* – Geneva Edition , the BUZZARD SPORT – Geneva Edition and the show stopper of the event, the H2X Concept. All these global products are based on the two new architecture strategy. We are confident that they will be game changers in their own spheres and will successfully reiterate our commitment to offer aspirational products with world-class design and technology.”
Tata Hornbill (H2X coded)
The Tata Hornbill made a showstopper entry at the event and was the star of attraction. The concept of the Micro SUV stands like dynamic, expressive and versatile and provide exemplary performance. Based on the all new platform named ALFA Architecture. Also, the Hornbill will be based on the brands new impact design philosophy 2.0. The Hornbill also reflects the styling elements from the Harrier.
Tata Altroz and Altroz EV
The upcoming Hatchback was also on view in the Geneva Motor Show 2019. This car will be available with two different hearts. Underpinned with the all new ALFA Architecture platform, the Altroz will posses a futuristic, modular, versatile architecture depicting a radical new approach to design. This lightweight platform executes modular, flexible characteristics and allows multiple body styles with a choice of powertrains. Company’s all new Impact Design 2.0 philosophy will be observed in the Altroz. With the launch of Altroz, Tata Motors will enter the premium hatchback segment in India, in mid-2019.
Tata Buzzzard (coded H7X)
The Buzzzard is the 7-seater version of the recently launched Harrier. This all new SUV will hold the Flagship charge in the Tata Motors lineup. Tata Motors stayed true to the commitment made last year to showcase the 7-seater version of the Harrier. The Buzzard will hold the Omega Architecture beneath. This platform is derived from the Land Rover’s D8 Platform, which is also underpins the Harrier. The Tata Harrier was showcased as Buzzard-Sport in the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.