Tata Sierra To Be First In Its Segment To Offer 4-Seat Lounge Layout
The Sierra, showcased at Auto Expo as a concept, will be offered in both electric and ICE versions
Sierra to be around 4.4-metres long, 200mm smaller in length to the Harrier.
Will be offered with a five-seater setup and a four-seater lounge option.
The lounge version will get captain seats which can be reclined, pulled back/front.
Ambient lighting, extended leg rest, and rear entertainment screens expected.
Sierra EV should offer over 500km of range; ICE to get 1.5-litre turbo-petrol.
The return of the Sierra was one of the biggest surprises from Tata at this Auto Expo. The carmaker confirmed that the SUV will make it to production and would look the same as we saw it at the Expo.
The Sierra will be around 4.4-metres long, which is around 200mm smaller (lengthwise) than the Harrier. It will be available with a five-seater configuration along with a four-seater lounge version. It will get two captain seats which can be reclined and pulled back/front.
Further, the rear seat experience could be enhanced by ambient mood lighting, multiple USB chargers, a centre armrest with cup holders and another storage space, and an extended leg rest. Fold out trays, rear entertainment screens, and rear wireless charger could be offered as accessories. The four-seater lounge version is expected to be offered with the top-of-the-line variant.
Tata hasn’t revealed the Sierra EV’s specs, but we reckon that it will have a bigger battery pack than the Nexon EV Max, which gets a 40.5kWh unit, and the claimed range should be over 500 kilometres. Since the Harrier EV is getting all-wheel drive, we can hope the same to be the case with the Sierra EV.
The Sierra showcased at the expo is the electric model but the ICE version will get its set of visual differences. It will get the newly revealed 170PS 1.5-litre TGDi turbo-petrol engine with manual and automatic gearbox choices.
Features-wise, the Sierra will be packed with a 10.25-inch touchscreen system with connected car tech, panoramic sunroof, a large digital driver’s display and ADAS (advanced driver assistance system).
Tata could price the ICE-version of the Sierra for around Rs 12 lakh (ex-showroom), while its EV version could very well be from around Rs 25 lakh.
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