Rabindra Dhungel, 16 september 2020. Tata Motors’ passenger cars have been the talk of the town for the past five years. The company has achieved great success in the hatchback, sedan and SUV segments. The company is preparing to launch Hornville in the micro SUV segment.
The company has already informed that the entry level SUV to be brought by Hornville company. The car is expected to compete directly with Maruti Ignis and Mahindra KUV100 in the market. Looking at the Hornville shown by Tata at Auto Expo 2020, it will have the first features available in many segments.
Tata is developing Hornville in Impact 2.0 design language. Tata has designed the Ultras and H5 in this design language. Based on this, it can be assumed that this small car will be very attractive. The company will use split headlamps in it.
There will also be skid plates on both front and rear bumpers. Which will provide SUV fill to the vehicle. Tri Aero Sep’s LED taillamp will remain.
In terms of size, this car will be bigger than the competitor. It will have a length of 3840 mm, a width of 1822 mm and a height of 1635 mm. Most of the segment 2450 mm wheelways can be found in it.
Its dashboard will be very attractive. The company has provided information about the 7-inch floating infotainment system. It will support Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Features such as a semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control, Herman’s premium audio system, and flat bottom steering wheel are expected to make Hornville a segment leader.
In terms of engine, this car will be more powerful than its competitors. It will have a 1.2 liter three cylinder Revorton petrol engine. The engine will provide a maximum of 86 PS of power and 113 Nm of torque. The company will launch it in 5 speed manual and automatic gearbox.
In terms of price, it is estimated that the price will come to Nepal within Rs 27 to 3 million.