Tata's first SUV to embellish the IMPACT Architecture 2.0 concept of the new generation is the H5 XZ. It is also the first car brand that was developed jointly with Jaguar Land Rover, based on the new 'Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced' architecture.
Land Rover’s architecture, Fiat’s engine, and Tata Motors’ design — that’s the H5 XZ in brief.
Tata H5 XZ competes with the Hyundai Creta and the Jeep Compass in the compact SUV space.
The new H5 XZ gets the design language that Tata Motors calls Impact 2.0. At the front, the Tata H5 XZ gets a split headlamp cluster with high-mounted daytime running lights and a large grille. The actual headlamps themselves are set lower in the bumper and have a projector set up along with a separate foglamp cluster underneath it too. And to round off the front end, it gets a silver skid plate.
Moving to the rear Tata H5 XZ gets a set of thin tail lamps with LED treatment that are joined by a gloss black panel. Just like the front bumper, there is a silver skid plate at the rear.
For the record, Tata Motors claims that the new-generation IMPACT Design 2.0 philosophy emphasises the ambiance and practicality of the interior. Featuring the new design language, the SUV has the segment-leading HMI (Human Machine Interface) displays with ‘clear and intuitive' user interface. The SUV comes with a two-layer dashboard and centre console design along with an integrated touchscreen for the infotainment system.
The front seats have a dedicated overhead storage binnacle and memory function. There is a centre armrest for the front and rear seat occupants. Feature-wise, the new Tata SUV will be loaded with several advanced comfort and safety fitments.
Under the hood, Tata H5 XZ gets a more powerful, FCA-sourced 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine that generates a maximum power output of 170bhp at 3,750rpm and 350Nm of peak torque between 1,750rpm – 2,500rpm.
Key Features of Tata H5 XZ
H5 XZ Rs 7,799,000