The new Tata Safari will mark its public debut on the Republic Day, January 26. Check out the variants, feature details of the upcoming Tata Safari 2021.
It comes as a surprise to everyone that Tata Motors has not used the name “Gravitas” for its prominent upcoming 7 seater SUV. Several days before the official debut, Tata resurrected the iconic Safari nameplate for the Harrier 7-seater. The new Tata Safari is all set to be introduced to the market later today. Recently, the new Tata Safari specs, features, colour options, variant lineup and other details emerged online. Here is a look at all the details -
As per the leaked details, there will be four variants of the new Tata Safari in the lineup – including XE, XM, XT and XZ. The three-row SUV will come in a choice of either 6-seater or 7-seater configurations, with the former getting captain seats for the second row while the latter offering a bench-type seat. The new Tata Safari will be sold with 3 different colour options, namely Orcus White, Daytona Grey and Royale Blue.
New Tata Safari Features
The interior design of the new Tata Safari will be carried forward from that of the Tata Harrier but with several styling tweaks. To make it a notch higher than the five-seat version, the new Tata Safari interior will receive a host of additional features. It will be equipped with a large floating-type touchscreen infotainment system, a 7.0-inch touchscreen instrument cluster, adjustable driver’s seat, wireless charging, 360-degree camera, electric parking brake and more. The panoramic sunroof will be available for the XT and XZ variants only.
In terms of powertrains, the new Tata Safari will derive the power from the 2.0-litre Fiat-sourced diesel engine that is capable of kicking out 170 HP of power and 350 Nm of torque. This engine will be paired with both manual and automatic transmission options. There will be no 4x4 variants on offer on the new Tata Safari 2021 model. Still, we do expect the carmaker to bring in the 4WD version of the Safari at a later stage. Also, rumours have it that Tata could debut a brand new 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine in the 2021 Safari. Currently, this petrol mill is still being under testing phase.