The front lighting cluster is unique and based on the current automotive design trend, we have seen similar front light cluster on the 2018 Hyundai Santa Fe.
The Daytime running lights (DRLs) dominate the top. Right below the DRLs in a separate cluster are the Dual Barrel Projector Headlights. The Fog lamps are right below the Headlights in the same cluster. This is a very interesting design and looks exceptional on the Harrier.
No this is no Nexon with a complicated back side. The Tata Harrier’s rear light is quite interesting, somewhat like the New Porsche Cayenne. The Tail lights stretch from the rear fender all the way across the rear boot lid to the other side. Turn and reverse lights are built into the tail lights and rear fog lamps are located at the bottom close the bumper. The rear bumper also houses two faux exhaust tips, in reality, the Harrier comes with only one exhaust tip. The Harrier Badging is in the centre below the license plate housing.
I am off the opinion that Rear Bumper should have been projected a bit more to protect the tail gate door!
I am able to understand how the projected bumper has saved my Tail gate on multiple occasions.
Harrier will have plush interiors featuring dual-tone dashboard [Grey-Brown], premium leather upholstery, rear AC vents, and 8.8 inch touchscreen infotainment system sourced from Visteon. It is worth mentioning that Visteon also supplies various components to Jaguar Land Rover (JLR). It is expected that Harrier will have a premium 10 speaker system integrated with a subwoofer.