India is on the move travelling, competing and discovering exciting journeys through vehicles. Tata Motors is in sync with this motto with the introduction of iRA technology into its vehicles. Like MG Hector, Tata Motors has also introduced iRA technology which is Intelligent Real-time Assistance.
Tata Altroz iTurbo has been unveiled recently and during the session, the Head of Marketing, Passenger Cars, Tata motors, Vivek Srivatsa has informed that the new iRA technology will soon be introduced in the upcoming models of 2021. Tata Harrier and the yet to be launched Tata Safari SUV are on the list to get iRA. But the lower models like the Tiago hatchback and Tiger compact sedan will not get this new technology to keep their prices in affordable range.
Tata Motors’ cool new iRA technology will keep you connected safe and add to the driving convenience. Reach the right location every time- be it anywhere across the location. This technology includes natural voice recognition. Not just these, iRA serves with its outstanding 27 features including valet mode, Geo-fence, DTE, time fencing alert, live vehicle diagnosis and many more advanced features.
Tata Motors has announced that it will resurrect the iconic Safari nameplate with its upcoming flagship SUV called Gravitas. The 7-seat SUV will be launched as the new Tata Safari and will arrive in showrooms in the upcoming weeks. The new model has a few subtle elements that are a nod to the original including an imposed face, a stepped roof and third row seating. Tata Motors is expected to offer new colour options and wheel design options for the Safari model. The new Safari will borrow the 170 horsepower, 2 litre FCA-sourced diesel engine from the Tata Harrier.
Tata Harrier on the other hand is available with a BS6 diesel engine mated to either a 6-speed automatic or manual gearbox. The iRA connected tech will soon be introduced in the Harrier too. The SUV is also expected to receive a new 1.5 litre, 150 bhp petrol engine in the coming months.
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