Tata Safari has received a good response from the Indian market. The SUV is based on the Harrier which is also doing pretty well in the market. The Safari was unveiled on 26th January and it is priced at Rs. 14.69 lakhs ex-showroom. Tata Motors is known to launch different editions of their SUVs. They launched the Camo Edition and the Dark Edition of the Harrier. Both of which were very appealing to the customers. Here, is the render of the 2021 Safari rendered with the Camo Edition paint job. The render has been done by Shoeb R. Kalania for IndianAutosBlog.
Just like the Harrier, the special editions from Tata only gets cosmetic changes and there are no mechanical changes. We can see through the image that the Camo edition looks a lot stealthy than the regular Safari. The first thing that you would notice is the Camo Green colour that the safari gets. The render uses a lot of blacked-out elements instead of chrome. The tri-arrow front grille, air dam and headlamp surrounds gets blacked-out elements. The lower air dam gets a hexagonal grille and a black skid plate instead of a silver one.
At the side profile, there are blacked-out 18-inch alloy wheels instead of machined-ones found on the regular Safari. The outside rearview mirrors are also finished in gloss black. There is also a side step installed on the render which should help in easy ingress and egress of the occupants. There are pronounced wheel arches that add to the muscular look of the Safari. There is a “CAMO” badging Even the door handles of the SUV are finished in Camo Green. The roof rails get a dark grey finish so that it blends in with the bodywork. The shark-fin antenna is also finished in black. The chrome belt line is also blacked-out. In the lower half of the, there are tri-arrow decals. The rear of the Camo Edition is not rendered but we do not expect any special changes except the Camo Green paint job.
The Safari is exactly 63 mm longer and 80 mm taller than Harrier. From the side profile, you will be able to see the longer rear overhang and the taller roofline. The Safari comes with a stepped-roof. Both of these things are done to open up space for the third-row occupants. The longer rear overhang opens up legroom while the stepped-up roof opens up headroom. The Safari is offered with captain seats or a bench seat with the top-end variants. There are a lot of features offered with Safari. It comes with a touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and iRA connected car technology, TFT screen for the instrument cluster, automatic climate control, electrical adjustment for the driver seat, panoramic sunroof, auto-dimming IRVM, drive modes and much more.
Powering the 2021 Safari is the 2.0-litre Kyrotec diesel engine. The engine produces 170 PS of max power and a peak torque output of 350 Nm. It is offered with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. Tata Safari competes against the likes of MG Hector Plus and the upcoming Mahindra XUV500.