New Delhi: Tata Motors New Car Launch In 2022: Tata Motors is preparing to bring out the Indian car market this year. The domestic company, which dominates the SUV segment, is trying to further strengthen its position in the electric car segment this year. Along with this, Tata is preparing to introduce its midsize powerful SUV in petrol variants as well. Tata’s upcoming cars include the automatic variant of the Tata Altroz as well as the Altroz Electric and the updated 2022 Nexon EV. Tata Motors is also going to introduce its powerful SUV Tata Harrier and Safari with petrol engine this year. Let us now tell you in detail.
Better Range Nexon Electric
Tata Motors is set to expand its electric car portfolio further this year and after the Nexon EV SUV and the Tigor EV sedan, the company will now also launch an electric variant of the premium hatchback Tata Altroz. The company had showcased the Altroz EV at the Auto Expo 2020 and now after the passage of 2 years, the company will take the Altroz EV on the roads in the coming time. With this, the company is going to launch an updated model of its best selling electric car Nexon EV with better battery range in the next one or two months. The 2022 Nexon Electric will get a more powerful battery with a few cosmetic changes, which can have a range of close to 400 km.
Petrol powered Safari and Harrier!
Tata Motors will also launch an automatic variant of its premium hatchback Altroz in the coming days. At present, the Altroz is offered in manual transmission only. The testing of the Altroz Automatic is going on and soon it will be in the hands of the people. Along with this, the testing of petrol variants of Tata Harrier and Tata Safari is also going on and in the coming days both these SUVs will be in front of people in their petrol avatar. In fact, along with XUV700 and MG Hector Plus, other 7 seater and 5 seater cars are in petrol variants in India and their sales are also going well. In such a situation, Tata Motors is now preparing to bring Harrier and Safari with petrol variants.