One of the stunning concepts that was showcased at this year’s Auto Expo was this Tata’s H5X Concept, which drew a lot of attention, naturally.
Tata said that the H5X will be the first SUV to sport the Impact 2.0 design language. The SUV is based on the ‘Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced’ Architecture, developed in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover. It is derived from the Land Rover D8 architecture, and has been tuned for the Indian conditions. In simple words, the H5X is Tata’s version of Land Rover Discovery Sport.
The interiors are equally impressive with futuristic looking digital displays and a large panoramic glass roof. The second row has place for a wine bottle and couple of glasses, which appears to be electrically operated.
As for the dimensions, the H5X Concept measures 4,575 mm in length, 1,960 mm in width and 1,686 mm in height. Wheelbase measures 2,740 mm. Which tells us that its a bit smaller than the Hexa when it comes to length, height and wheelbase, while being a bit wider (than the Hexa). I think its safe to assume that the production version might replace the ageing Safari.
The official document released by Tata mentions just a diesel engine and no further information, which means we’ll have to wait to know more.
Checkout the video embedded above.