Tata Motors has announced the launch date of the new generation models of its popular SUVs, Safari and Harrier, which will be on 17th October. Both SUVs have been given an updated diesel engine setup, which improves their mileage. The company claims that both cars offer more than 16 kmpl mileage. The updated SUVs have been built on the inspired OmegaArc platform from Land Rover’s D8 platform. They come with safety features such as Level-2 ADAS and 7 airbags. Bookings for these SUVs have already begun, with customers being able to book by paying a token amount of Rs. 25,000 through the official website or dealerships.
The Tata Harrier and Safari facelifts have received cosmetic updates, including a new grille, redesigned headlights, connected LED DRLs, and new taillamp design. They also come with new 19-inch wheels with aeroinsets, which give a more advanced overall design to these SUVs.
In terms of the interior, both models have taken inspiration from the Tata Harrier concept, showcasing a new look. The interior features an illuminated Tata logo, a new steering wheel, touch controls in place of physical buttons, JBL speakers, a subwoofer, a new 12.3-inch infotainment system, ventilated seats, wireless charging, and several other features.
There is an expectation that the price of the new 2023 Tata Harrier and Safari facelift will see a slight increase compared to the current models, while Tata has also given a new naming for the variants.
According to the article, the facelifted models of Tata Harrier and Safari have a captivating and powerful look compared to the existing models. The updated versions have new color options, connected LED DRLs, and taillamps, along with a new grille and improved bumpers. The upcoming models of Tata Harrier and Safari appear to be more attractive and powerful in terms of design compared to the current models.
Tata Motors is all set to launch the new generation models of its popular SUVs, Safari and Harrier, on 17th October. The company has announced the launch date on social media. Both SUVs have been equipped with updated diesel engine setups, which have increased their mileage. The company claims that both cars provide a mileage of more than 16 kmpl. The updated versions of both SUVs have been built on the OmegaArc platform, inspired by Land Rover’s D8 platform. They come with safety features like Level-2 ADAS and 7 airbags. Bookings for these SUVs have already started, and buyers can book them by paying a token amount of Rs. 25,000 on the official website or at the dealership.