Tata Motors has unveiled yet another interesting concept at the Geneva Motor show christened the H2X concept. The H2X concept is a Maruti Ignis sized SUV that will hit production sometime next year.
Based on the famed Alpha architecture, The H2X is muscular yet athletic in mirroring the essence of capturing the quality of the active customer. The design draws inspiration from the H5X now called the Harrier and that is something perfectly visible especially in the front.
The face wears the familiar looking front grille flanked by split headlamps and a mammoth sized skid plate. Move around to the side and the small proportions begin to show thus making you realise how compact is the SUV. However the concept gets well integrated door handles, floating roofline, heavy side cladding and large alloy wheels. The rear receives a steeply raked glass and large roof spoiler. It also gets stylish but small taillamps and a large skid plate.
The interior has been revealed as a futuristic looking cabin with two large touchscreen systems for inforrtainment system and instrument cluster. However what we understand behind the idea of using a lot of touchscreens in the SUV, Tata Motors aims at going more digital than old school buttons for various controls of the car.
The H2x will be a strict four or five seater, but the company says the amount of space on offer on the concept will be the same in the production car. The specification number in at 3840mm in length, 1822 in width, 1635 in height and uses a wheelbase measuring at 2450mm.
Tata’s of modern age have been coming loaded with features and the H2X will be no different. Expect it to have a long list of features and technology when it launches in the market. The home-grown automaker to also shed more light on what engines will go under its hood in the coming months.
Tata Motors could very well use the 2020 Auto Expo to showcase the production version of the H2X; however it could very well underline the competition that consists of the Mahindra KUV 1OO and the Maruti Suzuki Ignis.