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Hydrogen Car: Tata’s ADAS Tech At Auto Expo 2023 – New Harrier

Tata Motors is prepared to present its upcoming automobiles and cutting-edge technology lineup at the 2023 Auto Expo. The business has declared that it will exhibit passenger cars with hydrogen fuel cells at the yearly gathering.

The company has also revealed that the advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) will be added to Tata Motors’ SUV lineup during the auto show. Tata said in a post that it would go beyond passive safety precautions and implement cutting-edge driver-assistance capabilities. The advanced safety and security measures will aid in post-crash scenarios and help prevent accidents.

Harrier and Safari SUVs have been seen testing on Indian roads numerous times, which indicates that Tata Motors is getting ready to deliver mid-life updates to both models. These two SUVs are anticipated to receive ADAS technology first among Tata’s lineup of vehicles. Adaptive cruise control, blind spot recognition, automated emergency braking, lane assistance, collision avoidance assistance, and other technologies could be included in the ADAS. Mahindra XUV700, the Safari’s main competition, also has ADAS technology. ADAS elements will also be added to the MG Hector facelift.

The interior of the Tata Harrier will be updated in addition to receiving design improvements. The new Harrier will have a 360-degree camera in addition to ADAS, which should make driving and parking in India easier. The 2023 Tata Harrier facelift cabin will have undergone significant changes, with the more extensive touchscreen infotainment system in the centre console taking centre stage. It will offer wireless Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and voice control. The SUV will also include connected vehicle technology.

At the 2023 Auto Expo, Tata Motors is also anticipated to present the Punch EV. The electric vehicle’s production version will debut around the 2023 holiday season. It will be the first model built on the highly modified ALFA platform’s Sigma design. Like the Nexon EV and the Tiago EV, it is anticipated to be available with various battery pack options.

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