Tata to Expand EV SUV Lineup with Launch of Harrier EV and Sierra EV in 2025

Tata Sierra EV measures around 4.3 meters, while the Harrier EV is about 4.6 meters

Tata presently dominates the electric vehicle market in the country. The Tiago EV has quickly reached over 10,000 sales, making it the fastest electric vehicle to achieve this milestone in India.

Tata acknowledges its success with smaller car models but is now eager to enter the electric SUV segment by introducing the Sierra EV and Harrier EV.

Tata Sierra EV will hit the Indian market in 2025. (Source Tata Motors Ev)

Sierra EV

Tata unveiled the Sierra EV for the first time at the Auto Expo 2023. And now, the much-awaited premium electric vehicle will hit the Indian market in the second half of 2025.

When it comes to aesthetics, the Sierra EV boasts an LED light bar that extends across the front end, LED DRLs, a split headlamp arrangement, skid plates with contrasting colors, dual-tone bumpers, roof rails, a built-in spoiler, and an LED light bar with integrated tail lights. Also, there are A and C-pillars in blacked-out tones along with flush-fitting door handles.

In terms of dimensions, the Sierra EV will have a length of around 4.3 meters. It will offer two seating options: one with a bench seat layout for the second row and another featuring twin captain seats.

If we talk about features, Sierra EV will likely include a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a two-spoke steering wheel adorned with an illuminated Tata logo, a fully digital instrument cluster, and a panoramic sunroof. Specifics regarding the battery pack and electric motor are currently undisclosed.

Tata Harrier EV will come with all-wheel drive capabilities (Source: Tata Motors EV)

Harrier EV

Tata offered a glimpse of the Harrier EV at the Auto Expo. However, the company chose not to disclose any technical details during the event. Instead, it mentioned that the Harrier EV would feature all-wheel drive (AWD) capabilities.

Considering the Harrier’s frequent criticism regarding its off-road capabilities, the inclusion of an AWD configuration could address this issue. The design silhouette of the Harrier EV closely resembles that of the ICE-Harrier.

Tata Motors plans to introduce a petrol variant of the Harrier in 2025, coinciding with the debut of the SUV’s electric version. This move aims to align the Harrier with competitors like the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder, Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun, and Hyundai Creta, all of which offer petrol-powered options.

Tata has emerged as a dominant force in the EV segment. However, the company intends to expand its range of EV SUV offerings by introducing the Harrier EV and Sierra EV in 2025.