Tata Blackbird or a worthy competitor to the Hyundai Creta crossoverJuly 8, 2019
Tata Blackbird is an Indian compact crossover, which should make a good competition to the South Korean Hyundai Creta. On the Web, new Indian renderings have appeared, as well as some information about technical stuffing.
At the beginning of this year, rumors about a full-fledged competitor to the compact Hyundai Creta crossover began to appear here – this is an Indian car Tata Blackbird. It was reported that the official presentation of new items is expected in 2021.
Now there is data that tells us that we can see the car in all its glory next year – most likely the show will be held at the Auto Expo in New Delhi, India.
Indian industry publications have published preliminary renderings for the Tata Blackbird crossover, as well as some of its technical data. It is possible that the new product will be built on the basis of the Chinese crossover Chery Tiggo 5 – the platform can be obtained under the existing agreement between Chery and Tata. The appearance of the “black bird”, and that is how the word Blackbird is translated, will closely resemble a larger Indian crossover, the Harrier model.
According to insiders, the Indian competitor to the South Korean Hyundai Creta will be offered with both gasoline and diesel engines, which will be combined with the manual and automatic transmission. The Tata Blackbird equipment list will include many advanced driver assistance systems as well as security systems. A large touch-screen infotainment system and better finishing materials will appear in the cabin.
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