Tata Safari CAMO and DARK Edition Rendered By TeamAutoTrend Ahead Of Launch

Tata Safari CAMO and DARK Edition Rendered By TeamAutoTrend Ahead Of Launch

by admin | January 16, 2021

Tata Safari 2021

Tata Motors will be launching their flagship Safari 7-seat SUV on 26th January 2021. The new gen Safari is essentially the 7 seat extended version of the Harrier 5 seat SUV based on the Land Rover derived OMEGA arc platform. Earlier this SUV was named the Buzzard at the Geneva auto expo, which was then changed to Gravitas for the Delhi auto expo last year. Now, Tata motors has finalized that it will be the successor to legendary and iconic Safari SUV.

Based on the Harrier, the Safari will be around 60mm longer than the Harrier to accommodate the extra 2 seats while also being taller to provide better headroom for the 3rd row. Except for the larger dimensions and extra seats, the Safari will be largely similar to the 5-seat Harrier. However, the front grille will receive a slightly different treatment, featuring the signature Tri-arrow pattern finished in Chrome.

The tailgate will be more upright, giving the Safari a more boxy appearance and the SUV will also feature long functional roof rails for lifestyle utility. The top spec variants will receive 18” dual tone alloy wheels with the design similar to the Harrier's whereas the lower spec variants will carry forward the exact same 17” alloy wheels seen on the Harrier’s lower variants. The higher variants are also likely to feature a Panoramic sunroof.

Tata Safari CAMO Edition

2021 Tata Safari CAMO Edition

Tata Safari Dark Edition : 

2021 Tata Safari Dark Edition

Tata Safari Brown Colour:

Tata Safari Brown Colour

The new Safari will be available in 6 or 7 seat configuration.

Other than these external differences, the Safari will carry forward the same features as on the Harrier:

  • Xenon Projector headlamps with LED DRLs

  • Auto folding ORVMs

  • Rear wiper and defogger

  • 18” Alloy wheels

  • Automatic climate control

  • Auto headlamps & wipers

  • Cruise control

  • 8.8” Touchscreen system

  • Android auto & Apple carplay

  • Harman audio system with 9 speakers

  • Connect Next app suite

  • Reverse camera

  • 6 way Power adjustable driver seat with lumbar support

  • Off White Leather upholstery

  • Auto dimming IRVM

  • Ambient mood lighting

  • Rear centre armrest

  • Smart key with Push button start

  • Follow me headlamps

  • Terrain response modes : Rough, Wet and City


       Safety features on the Safari will include:

  • ABS with EBD

  • All wheel disc brakes

  • Corner stability control

  • 6 airbags

  • Electronic Parking brake

  • Electronic stability program

  • Traction control

  • Hill hold control

  • Hill descent control

  • Roll over mitigation

  • Electronic brake prefill

  • Hydraulic brake assist

  • Brake disc wiping

  • Perimetric alarm system

  • Pretensioner seatbelts


       The Safari, just like the Harrier will be available with a diesel engine mated to either a 6 speed manual transmission or a 6 speed torque converter automatic transmission. The 2L Kryotec turbo diesel produces 170PS Power and 350NM torque. From the XM variant onwards, the Safari will be available with three drive modes; Eco, City and Sport.

Launch & price:

        The new Safari is expected to be priced from ?15L to ?20L for the Manual variants and ?17.5L to ?21L for the Automatic variants. When launched on 26th January, Tata’s new flagship SUV will compete against the likes of the MG Hector plus and the next generation Mahindra XUV500. Stay tuned for further updates.

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    Skoda Vision India SUV

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    Skoda Octavia

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    Skoda Kodiaq

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    Skoda Rapid

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