Tata Motors told a news outlet that the launch of Tata Gravitas will now take place in the last quarter of the 2021 financial year. The Gravitas is the seven-seat version of the Harrier and was initially intended as a launch for the festive season before the COVID19 pandemic struck. The home-grown manufacturer decided to postpone the launch of the three-row Gravitas due to the health crisis and the massive decline in sales volumes.

Tata is working on two new products, one of which is the Gravitas and the other is the HBX micro SUV development spec. Gravitas is about 62mm longer than the Harrier, and a stepped roof and a reworked rear portion have now been introduced to fit the third row of seats. 

With lightly reworked tail lamps and a bump on the roof, the segment aft of the B-pillar is longer and boxier to allow for more headspace in the third row. 

The 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine will power the Gravitas, generating 168bhp and 350Nm. A manual six-speed transmission would be standard throughout the trims, while a six-speed automatic gearbox would also be offered with higher variants.

 It will lock horns with the MG Hector Plus and the highly awaited new-gen Mahindra XUV500 upon launch.

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