Tata H2X Hornbill Concept has been officially revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The car comes with an impressive front fascia in the concept form, revealing itself as the smaller version of Harrier in all visual aspects. The upper section comes with similar LED daytime running lights like the Harrier and while the primary headlight is studded into the lower part that has a Y-shaped enhancement part attached to it. The production version will definitely use the uniquely-shaped section to bring projectors into action for the headlight. However, the lack of projector headlights like the Harrier could also mean a plan to bring a certain change in the bumper design.
Being the most compact SUV from Tata, Hornbill will rival entry-level products that come with a badge of mini SUV in the country. The production version for the model is planned for 2020 while the retail plan has not yet been revealed for the car. The interior of the H2X concept features a single display section and flat-bottom steering wheel, with both elements being nothing more than paper design at the moment. The vents are curved rectangular pieces while the dashboard flows perfectly in the layered form on the concept version. The car is made into the tightest possible dimensions and its wheelbase clears the same in a practical manner.
The rear is yet to get a close-production tail light while the glass section has been designed to prove elegance in the most easy-to-use manner. The tires are huge on the concept form while the road-legal version will feature a maximum of 15-inch wheels for sure. The engine options are yet to be disclosed while production fascia of the car will clear the actual rivals for the H2X Hornbill concept. Even the design of the front and rear skid plate is yet to be seen on the production version.
Tata H2X (Hornbill) Photos