A photo of the bumper and grille of a Tata Harrier dissolving has gone viral on social media. The car proprietor asserted that his vehicle was left in the heat of Bangalore for ten hours on April 12. Tata Motors has not yet responded officially to the allegations.


The majority of the United States is now experiencing summer, and numerous regions are reporting heatwaves and rising temperatures. It appears that elevated temperatures affect not only humans and animals, but also automobiles.

A Tata Harrier owner recently tweeted that his SUV’s bumper and grille had dissolved in the intense Bengaluru heat while parked outside. Additionally, the proprietor posted photographs of the SUV’s melted panels.

Saurav Nahata uploaded the images on Twitter. He wrote that he purchased a Tata Harrier in December 2021 after reading positive reports about the standard of its construction. In addition, the consumer stated in his post that he is stunned by the casual manner in which the leading brand is handling the incident.

As seen in the photographs, the plastic panel behind the LED DRL has significantly collapsed, and the paint is also disintegrating off the surface. Similar patterns are visible on the front grille of the SUV, indicating that the grille has dissolved due to heat.

Tata Harrier is currently one of the most popular SUVs in the nation. Currently, the manufacturer is working on a revision for this SUV, which has been on sale since 2019. The Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine that produces 170 horsepower and 350 foot-pounds of maximal torque. The SUV features both a 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission.