Totally unrelated to Toyota's Harrier, Tata's Harrier has been previewed earlier in the year by the H5X concept. It will be using the same
LR-MS/D8 platform that underpins the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Jaguar E-Pace.
The car is believed to be built for the Middle East, Africa and India markets and will be powered by a a 2.0-litre turbodiesel that is likely to come from Jaguar Land Rover's Ingenium family. It will come in two states of tune with the base variant likely to have around 150bhp and the SUV will be offered with either front or all-wheel drive.
The Harrier is one of the first few cars to benefit from Impact Design 2.0, Tata's newest design language that will used across the Indian automaker’s lineup in the coming years.