Tata Harrier is one of the popular SUV in its segment. The SUV was launched initially in 2019 and quickly became popular among buyers for its looks and pricing. Over the years, Tata introduced new colour options and more features to the SUV to maintain customer interest. Tata Harrier Dark Edition is one of the popular variants in the market and it comes with a completely black exterior and interior. Here we have a video where a customer got the interiors on his Harrier Dark Edition customised to make it looks more spacious and premium.
The video has been uploaded by Autorounders, which is a Mumbai-based garage specialising is vehicle restoration and customisation. The Tata Harrier Dark Edition had some scratches on the bonnet of the Harrier. Detailing was done to the car and PPF coating was done of panels where the chances of getting scratches were more.
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For the interiors, video shows the whole process on how the customisation was done. The workers start by removing glove box and other plastic panels from the cabin. The owner wanted an airy and premium look for the cabin so, they opted for a white and black dual tone theme. All the seats were removed from the car in order to start working on it. The door panels were removed completely and the plastic trims on the centre console and the gloss black strip on the dashboard was also removed.
Once the panels were taken down, painting work started. Floor mats were installed in the car. The door pads and panels, the glove box and plastic trims on the centre console were all painted. As they were carrying a dual tone theme, some of these panels were finished in white while some where painted black. The door pad gets dual tone treatment. Owner of this SUV had informed that he was not feeling very comfortable in the car while driving it for longer distance. The lower back was getting support but, there was no support for upper back. In order to resolve this issue, the paddings were added to the area where support was required.
The seat covers are custom made and were stitched inhouse. Video shows the whole process. The custom made seat covers are white in colour. This colour is definitely a lot more harder to maintain in day to day basis but, it gives the cabin a premium look. Other than this, the dashboard and the door pads get ambient lights which can be controlled using a mobile phone application. The plastic panel on the dashboard is finished in marble design which resembles a bit with the pattern seen in the Gold Edition of Safari.
Damping has been done on all four doors for better NVH levels and sound quality. Overall, the SUV looks sporty on the outside and premium from inside. The owner was very satisfied with the car and he can be heard talking about working on his Toyota Fortuner as well. Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0 litre turbo diesel engine which comes with both manual and automatic transmission. The one seen here is the automatic version.
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