Tata Harrier is one of the popular id-size SUV in the Indian market. It got an update earlier this year as part of BS6 transition and now Tata has launched a new special edition version of Harrier in the market. The Harrier CAMO edition has been launched at Rs 16.5 lakh, ex-showroom. Tata Harrier CAMO edition has already started reaching dealerships and here we have a detailed walkaround video of the same.
The video has been uploaded by gyani enough on their youtube channel. The vidoe starts by showing the exterior of the SUV and later moves to the interior. On the outside, Tata Harrier CAMO edition gets all the elements that are normally seen in a regular Harrier. The only noticeable change here is the unique deep Olive green paint job which looks good on the SUV.
All the chrome bits that were normally seen at the front have been removed to give it a butch look. Moving to the side profile, the Harrier gets 17 inch alloy wheels and there is a chrome garnish around the window line. There is a CAMO badging on the side fender that differentiates it from regular or Dark edition Harrier.
Moving inside, the cabin of the Harrier gets an all-black treatment. The dashboard and steering all get a black theme which is broken by grey finished panels. The seats get black leather upholstery and apart from that everything else remains the same. It still offers a touchscreen infotainment screen, multi function steering wheel, push start button and there are brushed aluminium garnishes around AC vents too.
Tata Harrier CAMO edition is available with XT, XT Plus, XZ and XZ Plus trims of Harrier. Tata has also offered accessory package for Harrier CAMo edition that they call as stealth pack. It includes special body graphics, Harrier mascot for bonnet, roof rails, back seat organiser, Omega ARC scuff plates, 3D printed trunk mats and printed carpets. Anti skid mats, side steps and sun shades are also included in the package.
Tata Harrier received minor updates earlier this year. It now gets features like a huge panoramic sunroof, auto dimming IRVM, redesigned ORVMs and new set of alloys. it also come with an automatic transmission for the first time. it is a Hyundai sourced unit which is a 6-speed automatic unit. A manual gearbox option is also available. It is still powered by the same 2 litre-4 cylinder Fiat Multijet turbocharged diesel engine that generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque.
Next year, the Tata Harrier will be joined by a larger 6 seat version called the Gravitas. The Gravitas will borrow its mechanicals and features from the Harrier but will have a slightly different body to accommodate the extra row of seats. The Tata Gravitas will take on the MG Hector Plus and Mahindra XUV500, and is expected to be pricier than the Harrier by about Rs. 1 lakh.