Tata unveiled the Tata H2X concept at the 2019 Geneva motor show. It is also dubbed as the Tata Hornbill. The new car belongs to the micro SUV category and will be placed below the Tata Nexon in the brand’s line up. The concept is based on the AFLA modular platform that was seen on the Tata 45X concept while the scalable architecture is borrowed from the Tata Altroz, which has also made its debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
Here is a realistic production spec render of the car courtesy of IAB. Pratap Bose, Head of Design, Tata Motors, has said that about 80% of the concept version is ready to go into production.
Tata H2X design
The Tata H2X is based on the H5X and also the Impact Design 2.0. It is also the second car to adopt the ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) platform. The Tata H2X concept sports a sharp and modern look with a tight design altogether giving it a dense appearance. At the front end, it concept comes with a sleek headlamp cluster with LED daytime running lights and fog lamps. The H2X concept form is seen with teal colored wheels on the side profile. The rear end gets the massive bumper with silver insert, drop-shaped tail lamps, and 3D reflectors.
The H2X will compete on the likes of the similar sized models like the upcoming Suzuki Future S concept, which was unveiled at the 2018 Auto Show, the Mahindra KUV100, Maruti Ignis, the Ford Freestyle and also the Hyundai Styx [Carlino], which is currently being tested on the road. The production form of the Tata H2X concept SUV is likely to be priced slightly above the Tata Tigor.