Tata Safari 2021 Launch Live Updates: The Tata Safari SUV is set to be launched in India today and the Safari is arguably one of the most popular SUVs of all time. The older-generation Tata Safari was discontinued last year as the industry moved on to new, stricter emission norms, but Tata Motors has decided to revive the Safari name with a new model, which is going to launch today.
The Tata Safari SUV was first showcased in India during the 2020 Auto Expo wherein, it was showcased with the name ‘Gravitas’. The Tata Safari is based on the Tata Harrier and carries over the same platform and drivetrain.
However, the Tata Safari comes with design changes and interior updates which are meant to give it a more premium look than the Tata Harrier. The Safari will come in two configurations – a 6 seater option with captain seats in the middle row and a 7-seater option with bench seats in the middle row.
Tata Motors, the homegrown automaker has finally launched the much-anticipated all-new Safari in India at a starting price of Rs lakh (ex-showroom).
Tata Safari Launch Live Updates: The Tata Safari is based on the Tata Harrier, which means it shares the same platform, engine, gearbox and has largely similar design as well, albeit with a few changes that have been given to the Safari by Tata Motors, in order to make the SUV look and feel more premium.
But what are all the changes that the new Tata Safari has as compared to the Tata Harrier? What is the price of the Tata Safari now that it is launched, which variants will it be offered in, what are the colour options and when will the deliveries begin? Catch the answers to all of these questions and more right here as we bring you LIVE UPDATES from the launch of the Tata Safari SUV.
In terms of features, the all-new Tata Safari is most loaded Tata cars ever and gets a panoramic sunroof, dashtop mounted floating touchscreen infotainment system, coloured TFT digital display, electronic parking brake, electronic driver side front seat among others.
In the domestic market, Tata Safari goes up against the likes of MG Hector Plus, which is available both in 6- and 7-seats configuration and also Mahindra XUV 500.
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