Rumour: Tata Harrier mid-life facelift in the works; could get ADAS

The updated Harrier (codenamed: Q5MCE) could get ADAS & Petrol engine option.

It's been two years since the Harrier received its first update. Now, the SUV is due for a mid-life refresh and if the latest reports are true, it could receive significant updates this time around.

Tata is said to be working on the Harrier facelift under the codename 'Q5MCE'. Rumours suggest that the SUV will get a redesigned front fascia featuring a new radiator grille and reworked headlamp clusters. We can also expect a few changes to the rear of the car along with a new set of alloy wheels.

Inside, the Tata Harrier is expected to get an updated infotainment system with a larger touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, ventilated seats and an air purifier. However, the focus will be on safety as the SUV is rumoured to get an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) and a 360-degree camera.

Tata will continue to offer the FCA-sourced 2.0-litre diesel engine in the Harrier. Besides the oil burner, a new petrol engine is rumoured to join the engine line-up. It is said to be a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol block producing around 150 BHP. It could be offered with manual and automatic transmission options.

Reports suggest that the Harrier facelift is likely to debut in early 2023.

Source: MotorOctane

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