2023 Tata Safari: Official video shows genuine accessories inside-out

The Tata Safari is one of the most popular models currently on sale in country in the full-size SUV segment and to further enhance its demand the company has recently launched a slew a genuine accessories for the model. The company on its official YouTube channel has shared a video showcasing a Safari fitted with all the accessories offered by the brand.

The video has been shared on Tata Motor Cars official YouTube channel. The video starts off with the front accessories available for the flagship SUV. For the front the company is offering accessories like fog lamp garnish finished in chrome, fog lamps, bumper corner protector pieces in chrome, front bumper garnish in chrome, and front parking sensors. Additionally the company is also offering hood scoops, Safari bonnet mascot, and front camera for the front of the Safari.

Moving on to the side accessories for the Safari it the company is offering the top-spec variant’s gunmetal colored alloy wheels, mirror anti fog film, door handle chrome, side steps, body side moulding in chrome and mud flaps along with door visors, and a full body cover. In terms of the rear accessories Tata Motors is offering a number plate holder, rear bumper chrome piece , tailgate chrome, dummy exhaust chrome,

As for the interior accessories the company is offering tissue box, anti skid mat for open storage areas, rear seat entertainment, laptop and snack tray, coat hanger, magnetic sun shade, leather seat cover, 7d mats, 3d mats, scuff plates, and puddle lamp. The official price list for all these accessories will be available at your nearest Tata dealership.

2023 Tata Safari: Official video shows genuine accessories inside-out

In other Tata Safari news, recently a test mule of the new Safari facelift was spotted tested during night and it showed that the model will be getting a brand new set of LED taillamps. These taillamps will feature a modern sequential turn indicator, enhancing the SUV’s aesthetic appeal. Moreover, the pictures also highlighted the inclusion of ambient lighting inside the vehicle, with a thin blue strip of LED light along the roof liner. While not much seemed to have changed in the side profile compared to the outgoing Safari, the facelifted version does sport a fresh set of alloy wheels, although it remains uncertain if these will be featured in the production model.

Inside the cabin, the upcoming Tata Safari facelift is expected to receive a revamped interior. The dashboard design will likely be completely redesigned, and improvements are expected in the entertainment system. Notably, a new sensor has been placed behind the IRVM and the windscreen, hinting at an enhanced ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance System) in the new Safari. This addition aims to improve upon the underwhelming performance of the current ADAS system found in the Tata Safari and Harrier Dark Red Edition.

As for the drivetrain, the facelifted Tata Safari may come equipped with a new 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine delivering 168bhp of peak power and 280Nm of peak torque. This engine was previously showcased by Tata Motors at the Auto Expo 2023. It is expected that the 2.0-liter Kyrotec diesel engine, generating 170 PS and 350 Nm, will still be offered in the flagship SUV, paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.

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