Here's a digital rendering of the 2021 Tata Safari Dark Edition avatar. Well, it does look cool and packs in a slew of changes. Read about them here.
Flagship offerings are the best efforts of a carmaker. In Tata Motors’ case, it is the 2021 Safari, which will soon be going on sale in the country. Based on the Harrier, 2021 Tata Safari looks butch and will be offered in a total of 3 paint options namely, Royal Blue, Orcus White, and Daytona Grey. Tata Harrier, on the other hand, is available in 5 colour options. However, two of them – Camo Green and Atlas Black come as a part of Camo Edition and Dark Edition, respectively. A similar suit is likely to be followed by the Tata Motors for the new Safari as well. But how will the new Safari look like in the Dark Edition avatar? Well, our in-house rendering specialist has helped us out with a rendering of the 2021 Tata Safari Dark Edition.
In the Dark Edition rendition, 2021 Tata Safari is finished in the Altas Black paint scheme. Moreover, the chrome studded grille is replaced with a stealthy-looking unit that gets piano-black treatment. Similarly, the piano-black finish can be seen on the headlamp bezels, door handles, window line trim, and roof rail trim. The 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels are swapped with a set of black-painted units. Other changes include black skid plates and ‘DARK’ badges on front fenders. On the inside, Dark Edition of 2021 Safari will follow an all-black theme. Like the Harrier, the option of Dark Edition will be available from XT variant onwards.
If Tata Motors plans to launch the Dark Edition of new Safari, it will feature no mechanical changes. It will be powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that puts out 170 PS of peak power and 350 Nm of max torque. It is offered with a 6-speed MT and a 6-speed AT. In Safari, this motor comes with three driving modes – City, Eco, and Sport, along with three traction control modes - Normal, Rough, and Wet. Since the 2021 Tata Safari is yet to go on sale, expect the Dark Edition to be introduced by mid-2021. Once launched, the new Safari will rival the MG Hector Plus, Mahindra XUV500, and Toyota Innova Crysta.