Tata Harrier to be powered by 2.0 litre Kyrotec diesel engine
Tata Motors has teased the engine that will power its up-coming Harrier SUV. The engine has been named as Kyrotec which the company says is inspired from Cryogenic rocket engine for its power and reliability.
The new 4-cylinder engine has been engineered to deliver exceptionally refined drivability and performance on every drive and has been benchmarked against global standards of performance and refinement. The next generation diesel power plant will be equipped with state of the art engine management system.
The Harrier’s diesel heart will also come with multi drive modes that will be mated to Terrain response modes of ESP and will have Advanced Electronically Controlled Variable Geometry Turbocharger (eVGT) will ensure excellent power & pickup to take on any terrain.
The Kyrotec will come with low friction valve train architecture and an advanced EGR to deliver exceptional fuel economy and to meet stringent emission requirements. The new diesel heart will also take care of the exhaust by way of treatment systems that are tuned to deliver extremely low carbon footprint.
Sporting an intriguing amalgamation of power-packed performance of KRYOTEC, futuristic IMPACT 2.0 design language. The Tata Harrier has been extensively tested under harsh conditions and optimized for performance.
Tata Motors will be launching the Harrier SUV in January 2019 and will rival the Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur.