India’s first Tata Harrier SUV to get BMW inspired Lime Rock Grey Metallic shade: This is IT

Tata Harrier is one of the most popular SUV in its segment. The SUV competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta and even the lower variants of XUV700 in the segment. It was launched in the market in 2019 and it quickly became popular among buyers for its looks, features and price. It is still one of those SUVs in the segment that has a very unique design to it. There are several aftermarket modification and customisation options available for the Harrier and we have featured some of them on our website. Here we have a video, where a Tata Harrier has been completely repainted in BMW’s shade of Lime Rock Grey.

The video has been uploaded by Autorounders on their YouTube channel. In this video, a Tata Harrier is brought to the garage for customisation work. The condition of the SUV was not great. There were multiple dents and scratches all over the body of the car. In order to start the repainting work, the dents on the car had to be rectified. For this, the body panels like the bumper, grille, lower body cladding were, headlamps and tail lamps were all removed.

Once these parts were removed, the team started working on the dents. The area with dents were marked and the original paint job from the area was removed. Once this was done, the dents were corrected using a dent puller machine. Once this was done, the original paint on the SUV was removed. Some of the areas where denting was done, a thin coat of putty was applied to get the shape and excess amount was removed as well.

India’s first Tata Harrier SUV to get BMW inspired Lime Rock Grey Metallic shade: This is IT

The customer had wrapped the roof black. This was also removed and the whole car was now getting painted in a single tone. The owner finalised the Lime Rock Grey metallic shade for the SUV. It is an extremely sporty looking shade and is something that we normally see on cars from BMW cars. The quality of the paint used for this project was quite premium and the same was reflecting in the final product as well. The plastic cladding and other panels were all removed and all the metal parts of the SUV were painted in this Lime Rock Grey shade.


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The bumper was also painted in the same shade as rest of the car. The ORVMs and the shark fin antenna were finished in gloss black. The Harrier seen here is the pre-facelift version. The car came with alloy wheels which had different design. The Silver coloured factory fitted alloy wheels were now looking odd on the otherwise new looking Harrier. The alloy wheels were also painted in gloss black finish and the SUV was looking brilliant. Tata Harrier already has a dominating road presence. With this new paint job, the SUV look of the Harrier just got enhanced and the SUV looks a lot more sporty and premium. It looks like the customer has not opted for interior customisation on this Tata Harrier SUV.