Tata showcased the all-new H2X Micro SUV that will take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Ignis and Mahindra KUV 100 next year
As the popularity of SUVs is rising at a fast pace in India, manufacturers are making them smaller and more affordable so that they are easily accessible by the market. In the past, many manufacturers launched small vehicles with SUV design-traits.
Tata showcased the H2X micro-SUV at the Geneva Motor Show, which will take on Ignis, KUV100. The H2X was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show and will be launched in production form in the Indian market in late 2020.
Tata has officially revealed the dimensions of the H2X SUV and since the Tiago, Tata has been releasing production models that are extremely close the concept models. The H2X is expected to maintain the same philosophy and may carry up to 80% of design cues from the H2X.
While the H2X is still in its concept stage and will take a long time before it becomes a reality, we wanted to give you a fair idea of how big or small the car will be in front of the rivals. This comparison of dimensions of the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and the H2X will give us an idea of how big the H2X will be in the production form.
The Tata H2X SUV measures 3,840mm in length, 1,822mm in width and 1,635mm in height. It gets a wheelbase of 2,450mm. In comparison, the Maruti Suzuki Ignis measures 3,700mm in length, 1,690mm in width and 1,595mm in height. The hatchback measures 2,435mm of wheelbase.
|Dimensions||Maruti Ignis||Tata H2X Concept|
|Length||3,700 MM||3,840 MM|
|Width||1,690 MM||1,822 MM|
|Height||1,595 MM||1,635 MM|
|Wheelbase||2,435 MM||2,450 MM|
|Ground Clearance||180 MM||185 MM (Expected)|
For the H2X SUV, the dimensions will change in the production form. The overall exterior dimensions are expected to go smaller by a few millimetres. The H2X SUV will be based on the Tata’s Hornbill platform, which will underpin the all-new Altroz in the Indian market. The same platform will also underpin the upcoming Tata Motors Blackbird SUV that will take on the Hyundai Creta in the Indian market.