Tata Harrier Camo Edition has started reaching the dealerships. It wears the Foliage Green paint job of the Nexon and gets an all-black interior like the Dark Edition model. Read the complete report here.
Early this year, Tata Motors announced their plan of revising the variant line-up quite frequently to keep it fresh. On the same note, the carmaker has recently registered the trademarks for Dark and Camo Editions for a few of its models. Now, the picture has started becoming a lot clearer as the Camo Edition of Tata Harrier has started reaching the dealerships. In the set of pictures here, we can make out that Camo Edition of Tata Harrier features Foliage Green paint job, which is also seen on the Nexon. In addition to the paint job, another change on the exterior are the 17-inch rims. These units are available on the top-spec trims of the Harrier, but they are finished in a shade of black here.
Like the Dark Edition, Camo Edition also is kept away from any chrome inserts on the exterior except for the upper window line. On the inside, it gets an all-black theme like the Dark Edition. Apart from these changes, rest everything remains the same on the Camo Edition of the Harrier. It will be available in a total of six variants, namely XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+, XZA, and XZA+.
In terms of features, the Harrier comes loaded to the brim. The feature list includes a panoramic sunroof, power-adjustable driver seat, automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, and automatic headlamps. For the infotainment unit, Harrier uses an 8.8-inch touchscreen display, which also offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Moreover, it comes coupled to a JBL’s 9-speaker setup.
Powering the Harrier is an FCA-sourced 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged oil burner that is capable of putting out a peak power output of 172 PS and max torque of 350 Nm. The gearbox options on the Harrier include a 6-speed MT and 6-speed AT. The Harrier is based on the OMEGARC platform, which is a re-purposed version of JLR’s D8 architecture. Interestingly, it borrows its IFS from the Land Rover Discovery Sport. Thus, it employs McPherson struts with coil spring and anti-roll bars at the front and twist-beam with Panhard rod and coil springs at the rear.