Tata Blackbird SUV: All you need to know about!

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New Delhi: In India, a lot of cars are sold in the mid-range SUV segment. Hyundai Creta’s dominance in this segment has been intact for a long time. The second best-selling car in this segment is the Kia Seltos. There are no other strong options in the rest of the mid-size SUV segment. But soon Tata Motors will also get involved. Currently in Tata, the Nexon and the Harrier are under 4 meters and 4.6 meters, respectively. But the upcoming new SUV will be in between these two. That means Creta and Seltos will soon get tough competition from Tata car.

What will be his name?

According to press reports, the upcoming new SUV will be based on the existing Nexon, but will be approximately 4.3 meters longer than the Nexon. The company may call this new vehicle Blackbird. But this name is not yet final and it is possible to change it.

What will be the specialty?

The upcoming Blackbird SUV may be based on the X1 platform of the company’s best-selling car, the Nexon. But its size will be bigger and thanks to this you will see more space and more trunks. Its design may be new, and its front and rear appearance are likely to be in different designs.

What will the engine be like?

A new 1.5 liter petrol engine can be used in this car. Which will be bigger and more powerful than the 1.2 liter Revotron engine found in the Nexon. This engine will have 160 horsepower. It also includes the option of manual and automatic transmission. The initial ex-showroom price of this car is likely to be around Rs. 11 million.

It will compete with Crete

The upcoming Blackbird will compete with the Hyundai Creta in the Indian market. This car is available in three engine variants. This includes the 1.5-litre MPI petrol engine, the 1.5-litre U2 CRDi diesel and the 1.4-litre Kappa Turbo GDi petrol engine which produce 113bhp and 143.8Nm, 113bhp and 250Nm and 138bhp respectively. . This car is available with both manual and automatic transmissions.

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