The Tata Harrier pickup concept is a suitable xenon replacement


Tata Harrier is a very popular SUV in our market and the Xenon is a popular off-road rugged pickup truck. What happens when you combine these two?

This image depicts a concept version of what the Tata Harrier (next generation xenon) van might look like. Harrier has garnered a ton of positive customer responses since its launch. In fact, after its popularity, Tata Motors decided to launch the Safari in the extended wheelbase version of the former flagship SUV. Xenon, on the other hand, was an excellent product for commercial and semi-urban environments. It could be used as a people carrier, off-road vehicle or pickup truck. It’s been discontinued now, but what would it be like if it came back? This digitally rendered concept version might do the trick.

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Harrier Pickup Concept As Next-Gen Xenon

This image was designed by abin_designs_511 on his Instagram page. The front fascia is borrowed entirely from Harrier but the LED DRLs are much slimmer, the headlight cluster has been given an angular treatment that looks aggressive and an aluminum skid plate has been added. However, the most important element is the upgraded massive off-road tires which are painted black to impose the SUV’s road presence. The third quarter was eliminated and a cargo compartment was added to confirm the pickup model.

The wheel arches are massive with black body cladding and wheel arch covers. The sides also feature a chrome sash surrounding the window. An extended tow hook or bumper protection rod is also visible towards the rear of the pickup. Essentially, it’s been converted into a lifestyle pickup truck that’s becoming more and more popular these days among off-road enthusiasts who also want something for everyday use. The bright orange color suits the Harrier’s unique character, inspires Xenon further.

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Tata Harrier Pickup Truck
Another pickup truck version of the Tata Harrier we saw earlier showed the vehicle in a police car livery.


Tata Harrier comes with a 2.0 liter diesel engine which delivers 170hp and 350Nm of peak power and torque respectively. Transmission functions are provided by either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The prices of the Harrier range between Rs 14.49 lakh to Rs 21.34 lakh, ex-showroom. There is no option of a 4×4 drive system yet. But the architecture on which the Harrier is built supports the incorporation of a 4×4 drive system at a stadium later if necessary. Let us know what you thought of the Harrier pickup truck concept as a xenon replacement.

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