Tata Motors has unveiled yet another product at the Geneva Motor show 2019 known as the Buzzard. Mind you the H7X won’t be called the Buzzard when it arrives on Indian shores and will sport a different name altogether.
Seeking inspiration from ” a majestic and fierce bird of prey who is determined to provide and protect its family. The Buzzard is the seven seat Harrier we have all been waiting for. Measuring in at 4861mm in length, 1894mm in width, 786mm in height, However the wheelbase remains the unchanged at 2741mm.
Underpinned by the same Omega architecture, the H7X temporarily named Buzzard sports the same styling as the Harrier, however the side profile has been redesigned and it now sports larger quarter glass, tough and rigid roof rails. The Buzzard on display at Geneva wore 17-inch alloy wheels but what size will the Indian version use remains unclear.
Under its hood, the Buzzard will be powered by the same 2.0 litre diesel engine, but with higher states of tune. On the flipside transmission options at launch will include a 6-speed manual only, while an automatic sourced from Hyundai will debut at a later stage.
Expected to make its debut in the Indian market closer towards the end of 2019, the Buzzard could very well kick up another storm in its segment if priced right.