Tata Safari Facelift: Tata Motors is gearing up for the much-anticipated launch of the facelifted versions of its popular SUVs – Harrier and Safari on 17th October. Leaked images have already given enthusiasts a sneak peek into the exterior and interior upgrades that these vehicles will boast.
The 2023 Tata Harrier and Safari facelifted models stand out due to significant design enhancements. They feature a new grille, re-designed headlights, connected DRLs (Daytime Running Lights), and fresh tail lamp designs. Furthermore, the vehicles will be adorned with 19-inch wheels with aerodynamic inserts, presenting a more refined and modern look. Inside the cabin, inspiration from the Tata ‘Curve’ concept is evident, ensuring a fresh and contemporary appearance.
For those keen on technology and comfort, the Harrier and Safari will not disappoint. They will come with a new steering wheel embedded with Tata’s illuminated logo. Replacing physical buttons, the SUVs will sport touch controls, and the centerpiece will be a 12.3-inch infotainment system complemented by JBL speakers and a subwoofer. Additionally, features such as ventilated seats and wireless charging will enhance the driving experience.
Safety remains paramount for Tata Motors. The new Harrier and Safari models will be equipped with multiple airbags, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), traction control, cruise control, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), hill descent control, ISOFIX seat anchors, and emergency call and breakdown alerts, among other advanced safety technologies.
With these features and updates, Tata Motors aims to reinforce its position in the competitive SUV market, offering vehicles that perfectly blend design, technology, and safety.
Tata Motors is preparing to launch the updated versions of its Harrier and Safari SUVs on October 17. The exterior and interior design details of the vehicles have been revealed before the official launch. The new models will feature a redesigned grille, headlights, and tail lamp design, as well as new 19-inch wheels and improved overall design. The cabin will also have a new design inspired by Tata’s Harman concept. The vehicles will come equipped with new features such as a new steering wheel with an illuminated logo, a 12.3-inch infotainment system with touch controls, JBL speakers, and a subwoofer. Safety features include multiple airbags, electronic stability control, anti-lock braking system, traction control, cruise control, ESP, Isofix seat anchors, hill descent control, emergency calling, and breakdown alert, as well as ADAS technology.