This Tata Harrier Wears Sporty 22-inch Alloy Wheels with Low Profile Tires

by Jatin Chhibber | 11/03/2021
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Here are a few images of Tata Harrier Dark Edition, which gets aftermarket 22-inch alloy wheels. The mod-job has been done by Velocity Tyres, Ludhiana. 

Tata Harrier is one of the most popular SUVs offered by the carmaker in the Indian market. It is known among the buyers for its aggressive looks, strong road presence and feature-loaded cabin. In its segment, it rubs shoulders against the likes of MG Hector and Jeep Compass. Many Enthusiasts around India also customize their Tata SUV as it looks more eye-catching after getting modified. Here’s one such example of a tastefully modified Tata Harrier, which employs aftermarket rims.


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The Tata Harrier you see here is the Dark Edition version of the SUV. The regular model of Harrier Dark Edition comes with elegant looking 17-inch alloy wheels. The alloy units offered with the stock version of the SUV looks quite stunning. The Harrier Dark Edition you see here employs humongous 22-inch multi-spoke mags. These alloy units are wrapped with low profile rubber. The aftermarket alloy wheels have enhanced the overall stance of the SUV, and they are gelling up quite well with the all-black theme of the car, but the stock blacked-out alloy wheels offered with Harrier Dark Edition look much better. Other than this, no tweaks have been done on the exteriors of the SUV. The overall cost of this modification is not known, but one can directly contact the customizer for more information. 



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Talking about Tata Safari Dark Edition, Mechanically, it derives power from the same 2.0-litre, Kryotec diesel engine, which puts out 170bhp of peak power and 350 Nm of torque. The engine comes paired with a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. A few months back, the carmaker also introduced the new Camo Edition of the SUV is inspired by the Safari Amry Spec Edition, which the automaker manufactures for the Indian Army. In the new Green colour shade, Tata Harrier looks more appealing and aggressive. The Camo Edition of Tata Harrier has been made by keeping in mind the rough and tough look of the SUV, and is being marketed as ‘The New King Of The Jungle’.

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