Digital creators are creating interesting versions of popular products, and the Tata Harrier convertible iteration proves how good they are.
Not many people thought of Tata Harrier’s convertible release to make it look like a fancy Roadster. Harrier is an SUV that has been of great interest to consumers since its launch in 2019. The bold appearance, sturdy body and premium interior have attracted the attention of those who want a premium SUV without making a reasonable amount of money. Taking advantage of this popularity, SRK Designs has come up with this attractive SUV.
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Tata Harrier Convertible Roadster
The front fascia of the Harrier concept features a horizontal grille pattern reminiscent of the stunning Aston Martin, the flat LED DRLs are beautifully wrapped on both sides of the wide grille, the hood has SRK letters, and the LED headlights are on the back. The sides of the stylish bumper, black sliding panel complement the harsh SUV of this illustration. The main point of the conversation is the side profile with round arches and black alloy wheels full of adventures with double 9 chains, and the rear doors are not provided.
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In addition, the roof has been removed, which gives it a sporty look that is seen on some popular German roads. The back is cut off and the bucket seats are installed in the SUV, which is common in such luxury cars. The A-shaped stand remained and was finished in black for extra sport. The side profile has no funny creases or characteristic lines. Nevertheless, this digital iteration of Tata Harrier in the form of a two-door luxury roadster is a joy to behold.
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The standard Tata Harrier comes with a 2.0-liter diesel engine that delivers a maximum power and torque of 170 PS and 350 Nm, respectively. The functions of the transmission are performed by a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. Harrier prices in the former showroom range from Rs 14.65 to Rs 21.95. Direct competitors include the Mahindra XUV700 and MG Hector. How did you like the unique digital version of the popular SUV?