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Now the real competition will be! This ‘Blackbird’ from Tata is coming to compete with the Creta.. Check out – Dhansu Features

Some media reports are claiming that Tata Motors is working on a new SUV for the domestic market, which will be based on the currently sold Tata Nexon but will be a bigger SUV. In fact, there is stiff competition in the mid-sized SUV segment in the Indian market.

Because there are many cars in the market like Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and MG Aster, Volkswagen Taigun, Skoda Kush and Nissan Kicks. To give real competition to these cars, Tata is expected to introduce a larger Nexon-based coupe-style SUV, currently known as the Blackbird (Blackbird – ‘Black Bird’).

Tata may place it between the sub-4m SUV Nexon and the 4.6m tall SUV Harrier in its portfolio. It can reach a length of 4.3 m. This rumor has been going on for a long time. It could be based on the same X1 platform as the Nexon, but with a bigger cabin and bigger bootspace than the Nexon. According to the report, it is likely to get new styling and a coupe-ish roofline to differentiate it from the Nexon.

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The exterior of the Tata Nexon Coupe/Blackbird could be redesigned at the front and rear. It is expected to share body panels with the standard Nexon including A-pillars and front doors. A new 1.5-litre petrol engine can also be used in this. The engine will be upgraded from the Nexon’s 1.2-litre Revotron engine. It will be tuned to produce around 160 hp. Transmission options may include MT and AT.

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