Tata Motors has started delivering the Adventure Persona edition of the new-gen Tata Safari. We managed to catch a glimpse of it, while it was entering the dealership to set the stage on fire.
Recently, Tata Motors launched the all-new Safari in our market. The flagship SUV of Tata Motors has got an amazing response from buyers around the country. Also, the carmaker has recently delivered 100 units of the new-gen Tata Safari in New Delhi in a single day. While this signifies that the 2021 Tata Safari has started reaching the dealership, here's a short video of Safari's Adventure Persona trim, which is rolling into a dealership, and is getting prepared for its delivery. The Tata Safari Adventure Persona is priced between Rs 20.20 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) to Rs 21.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), depending upon the specifications of the SUV you prefer to buy.
It is offered in both 6- and 7-seater configuration. A person can also choose between manual and automatic transmissions. The Adventure Persona trim of Tata Safari is only offered in top-spec variant and is painted in Tropical Mist Blue colour, which looks quite appealing. Moreover, it also employs unique piano black inserts on the front grille, headlamps, door handles and roof-rails. On the side, it gets a set of 18-inch alloy wheels, but they are now coloured in granite black. It also features ‘Safari’ lettering on the bonnet, along with blacked-out skid plates below the front and rear bumpers. There are also a few tweaks done inside the cabin of the SUV as the black and white cabin offered with the regular model of the SUV has been replaced by black and beige colour in the Adventure Persona edition. Other than these changes, everything remains the same as the regular version of the SUV.
Mechanically, it gets propelled by a 2.0-litre, 4-pot diesel mill, which is capable of shredding out 170 PS of max power and 350 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties are done by either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. This is the same power plant, which powers Tata Harrier. It is based on the Land Rover-derived Omega architecture. Inside, it comes loaded with features like an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, a panoramic sunroof, automatic AC, multiple drive modes like (Eco, City and Sports), an electric parking brake and much more.