New Tata Safari gets a subtle wrap job for classier looks

Tata launched the all-new Safari in the market earlier this year. It has already reached dealerships and delivery for the same has also started. Initially, when Tata announced that, they are going to name their upcoming 7-seater SUV after the iconic Safari SUV, there was a mixed response from the customers and fans. The main reason being, it is not a proper 4×4 SUV but, after the launch Safari received a good response from customers and even some celebrities have also bought the same. Here we have a video, were a new Tata Safari gets a subtle gloss black wrap on the roof.

The video has been uploaded by Gagan Kumar on his YouTube channel. The vlogger has bought the top-end trim XZA Plus of Tata Safari SUV. He had bought the SUV in Orcus White colour. Owner felt that the SUV looked very odd in the all white shade. So he wrapped the rood and the pillars on this Safari with a gloss black wrap. The dual tone finish on the body is a subtle addition but, it definitely helps enhance the look of the SUV. Other than the wrap, the owner has also opted for some accessories and did other minor additions to the SUV.

All the doors on this Safari now gets a Paint Protection Film installed on the edges. This will protect the door from getting any minor scratches while opening or closing the door. The owner has not only installed the PPF on the doors but, also inside the cabin. All the gloss black elements inside the cabin gets this film. This has been done to avoid scratches.

New Tata Safari gets a subtle wrap job for classier looks

On the outside, the grey colour alloy wheels are wrapped in gloss black film to get a dual tone finish like Harrier. Owner has also opted for a footrest and sun shade as official accessories from Tata. Overall, the subtle changes on the Safari especially on the roof and alloy wheels has definitely given it a classier look.

Tata Safari as we already know is based on Tata Harrier that got launched in the market few years ago. In comparison to the Harrier, Safari is slightly longer and taller than the Harrier. This has been done in order to accommodate the third row of seats. Safari is available with both 6 and 7 seater configurations. Tata Safari is offered with several features in the top-end trim. It gets a huge panoramic sunroof, electrically adjustable driver seat, auto-dimming IRVMs, electronic parking brake, touchscreen infotainment screen, leather wrapped seats and so on.

On the outside, it gets a design which is similar to Harrier. It is towads the rear that, it gets a slightly different design from Harrier. When it comes to the engine and gearbox, it is powered by the same engine as Harrier. It gets a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine that generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque. The engine is available with a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission option. Tata is also offering an Adventure Persona Edition of Safari which is based on XZ, XZA, XZ+ and XZA+ trims and is slightly expensive than regular version.