The spy shots confirm that the production-spec Tata Harrier will feature headlamps placed lower on the bumper
TheTata Harrierseems to be in its final stages of testing as the carmaker is expected to showcase the production-spec model before its market launch soon. Expected to be launched as early as January 2019, an almost production-ready version of the Harrier SUV was recently spotted testing, revealing interesting details such as the headlamp design and its positioning.
Yes, the upcoming SUV’s design stays true to the carmaker’s official sketches and the H5X concept. It will feature headlights placed lower on the bumper rather than on either side of the grille. Instead, the grille is flanked by LED daytime running lamps (DRLs). Many global SUVs, including Hyundai’s India-bound electric SUV -- the Kona-- and the new-gen Santa Fe, also have a similar setup. The images also suggest that the fog lamps will be placed in the same housing as the headlamps.