Tata Sierra Old v/s New Tata Sierra EV – 10 Major Difference!


The iconic Tata Sierra old was born in 1991. This was the first ever Indian car with so many updated features at that time. The vehicle was a dream project of Tata to deliver a car more within the budget of Indian buyers. At that time, many foreign companies were expanding their businesses by selling here at a high cost. The plan was to build a car with off-road capability that was still significant for prominent Indian joint families because we wish to go everywhere with our colleagues and loved ones.

The TATA Telcoline (1988) pickup frame served as the foundation for the vehicle. The two vehicles share the mechanicals, front design, and dashboard. Tata’s decreased wheelbase for the TATA Sierra (1991) is 2.40 meters. (X2 Platform) was used to make the first-ever private transport for Indians at that time. The platform was as rigid and robust as it could be for off-road sport utility vehicles.

Interior of Tata Sierra Old

The car was more comfortable in the interior, with more soundproofing, AC, and extra-cushioned seats. The oscillating double trapezoidal front axle and a rear axle with a rigid bridge layout, five pulling arms, and coil spring suspension were used as in the Telcoline (1988) and the Sierra (1991).

tata sierra old car interior
Tata Sierra Old Interior

Although it was a luxury car then, the company made the Sierra with three doors and a capacity for only four. the advanced first-in-segment features like electric windows, air conditioning, an adjustable steering wheel, a tachometer, etc.

Dimension Tata Sierra Old

Tata Sierra Old
First Generation TATA Sierra (1991)

The TATA Sierra (1991) was a 4.44-meter vehicle that came with rear-wheel drive or 4WD and went up to a speed of 60 km/h.

Wheelbase2,400 mm
Length4,400 mm
Width1,730 mm
Height1,770 mm

Engine and Transmission Tata Sierra Old

Engine2.0 L 483 DL/DLTC, Inline 4
Transmission5-speed manual

The engine was developed in India by Tata Motors. It was the same (Telcoline, 1988).
naturally aspirated, 2.0-liter 483 DL (DL stands for Diesel) four-cylinder diesel engine that produces 63 horsepower. Sierra comes with a G76 5-speed manual gearbox.

Tata Sierra Old engine
483 DLTC engine in Tata sierra

Tata introduced the First Generation Sierra in 1991 and, with its success, the Second Generation (Tata Sierra DX Turbo) in 1997.

Tata Sierra Old
Second Generation TATA Sierra (1997)

The second generation of the Tata Sierra (1997–2003) comes with a 2.0-liter diesel engine, as used earlier, and a new DX Turbo (483 DLTC) with a maximum output of 87 horsepower. Although the vehicle was precise but timely, it provided new updates as required. Finally, the car was discontinued in 2003 when their other popular product, the TATA Safari (1998), was introduced. Also, for more information, you can visit the Wikipedia page for TATA Sierra.

Tata Sierra EV Concept (2020)

Tata Sierra EV
Tata Sierra EV

TATA unveiled its legendary electric vehicle (EV) version, the Tata Sierra EV concept, for the first time in 30 years. The exciting thing about the vehicle was that the fixed rear panoramic window pane was similar to what was in the earlier TATA Sierra (1997–2003). The new TATA Sierra Electric will be based on a flexible ALFA platform. It was designed by Pratap Bose, who is their chief designer. Tata unveiled a near-production version of the Sierra at the Auto Expo 2023. And the car will come in 2025. The car is big, bold, and muscular, with a significant battery transmission.

Tata Sierra EV Updates

Launch: It is expected to be launched in 2025.

Price: Rs 20–25 lakh (ex-showroom)

Powertrain: Tata’s Ziptron powertrain

Range: 400 km (as claimed by the manufacturer)

Features: It comes with connected LED headlamps and taillamps; black cladding along its bottom boundary; dual-tone alloy wheels; a JBL Advance surround sound system; and Tata-joined features.

Safety: On the safety front, it may be offered with multiple airbags, ABS with EBD, and full-suite ADAS technology.

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