Tata Motors has unveiled the smallest SUV in its range - the H2X at the Geneva International Motor Show. The sub-compact SUV concept underpins Tata's ALPHA platform and it is another instalment of the brand under Impact Design 2.0 language. The H2X features design cues from the H5X concept (showcased at Auto Expo - The Motor Show 2018) and brings in a muscular exterior with smart interiors.
The front of the car has a tri-arrow shaped headlamps and eyebrow-like DRLs (LED). Although, it is a sub-compact SUV, yet it is more muscular than the Nexon. It has an upright stance and the concept has some really big tyres that will provide it with a good amount of road presence. The blacked out tail lamps are also tri-arrow shaped. Side profile of H2X is quite interesting as it misses the B-pillar and there is a tornado line that connects the front and rear quarters.
The interiors of the H2X concept look futuristic as well. Dual tone finishing with inserts of turquoise shade at the centre console, seatback panels, AC vents, gear-shift panel and in the uniquely styled steering wheel makes the H2X concept a looker for sure. The cabin sports two 10.2 inch display units, one for the infotainment system and the other one for the instrument panel. H2X interiors have some fabric straps for doors and glove box.
Tata says that H2X has tried to capture the essence of customers, providing them with exemplary performance, dynamic design, future-ready connectivity and intelligently designed cabin. The H2X will get a 1.2-litre petrol engine, but the ALFA platform is also capable to house the 1.05-litre, 3-cylinder, Revotron diesel engine. Tata Motors will place it against the Mahindra KUV100 and the production-spec Maruti Suzuki Future S.