Tata Harrier has been in the news since the automaker showcased the H5X concept. The SUV has already been spied testing a number of times on the Indian roads and this time again the 7-seater SUV has been spotted testing at the Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu ahead of its launch in early 2019. The spied test mule was heavily camouflaged suggesting that the SUV is undergoing tests for high-speed cornering and stability. Though, the heavy camouflage didn’t reveal much information about the upcoming SUV but the tires that are found in the lower variants of Hexa was spotted.
The spotted Tata Harrier was spotted riding on the 16-inch wheels with 235/ R16 tires, which come on the lower-spec trims of the Hexa, though the concept sported segment-leading tires, which would come in top-end variants of the Harrier SUV, similar to what we have seen on the Hyundai Creta, where the top-end variant gets a bigger sized wheel. The spied images show the rear end of the Harrier featuring temporary tail light cluster with a reverse lamp, while the windscreen bears an ‘On Test' sticker and the SUV also gets a roof-mounted spoiler with a stop lamp. The rear might also feature a skid plate, but it is not visible due to the heavy camouflage and by looking at the design of the D-pillar, the spotted model seems to be a seven-seater variant hinting towards the fact that Tata Motors could be testing the prototype version of the seven-seater version of the Tata Harrier.