The Tata Harrier, an Indian SUV that competes with the likes of the MG Hector and the Mahindra XUV700, is set to receive a mid-life refresh in the coming months. The Harrier refresh won’t just be an aesthetic makeover; it will also include new technology including a larger and more advanced touchscreen

Like the recently released Harrier facelift, the updated Tata Safari will be available with a slew of new features and upgraded safety gear, as well as a refreshed appearance.

After being previewed at Auto Expo 2020, the release of the Altroz EV is imminent. As far as we can tell, it will have the same range-extending engine options as the Nexon EV and will be capable of travelling over 400 kilometres on a single charge. The Indian automaker promises additional information will be released soon.

Tata is getting ready to release the all-electric Punch shortly after releasing the new Tiago EV in India. It is expected that the new Punch EV would be one of the least expensive electric cars on the market while having a peak power output of close to 100 hp. Buyers of the Punch EV may have as many battery pack choices as those of the Tiago EV.