Tata Harrier became the newest SUV from the brand when it was launched earlier this year in the market. The all-new Tata Harrier has attracted a lot of attention on the roads, especially because of its flamboyant design. Initially, Tata Harrier competed with the likes of Mahindra XUV500 and the Jeep Compass in the market but recently, MG Motors launched the Hector. Soon Kia will launch the all-new Seltos in the market, which will also take on the Harrier. To keep up with the market, Tata will soon launch a dark edition of the Harrier and here are all the details.
The leaked documents reveal all the changes that the Dark Edition of the Harrier. As the name suggests, it will be an all-black colour theme, which will ensure an all-around look for the vehicle. The all-new Tata Harrier looks imposing on the roads but it can be agreed upon that the black colour brings out the best in the SUVs. The new Dark Edition will make sure that the vehicle does not go unnoticed on the roads. Currently, Tata offers a total of seven colours with the Harrier but there is no black colour option. The Dark Edition will only be available in the black colour. It is not known if it will be a limited number of units.
The changes on the Harrier Black Edition includes a new Atlas Black colour, new 17-inch black alloy wheels, a special “Dark” moniker on the sides, grey headlamp bezels, blacked-out door handles and Blackstone front and rear skid plates. The exterior in the all-black theme surely looks extremely imposing. However, it is not only the exteriors that have received the changes. Even the interior of the Tata Harrier Dark Edition will get a slew of changes,
The cabin gets Blackstone Matrix colour, which makes the dashboard look extremely elegant. Also, the seats are wrapped in Benecke-Kaliko Blackstone leather. The same material is also used on the door pads that ensure an extremely elegant and sporty look to the cabin. The seats get a contrasting grey stitching too. The door handles also gets Blackstone leather handles which are perforated.
The Tata Harrier Dark edition will only be available in the XZ variant. The price is expected to be around Rs 20,000-30,000 more than the regular variant. Apart from the visual changes, the vehicle does not get any other mechanical changes. It remains powered by the same 2.0-litre KRYOTEC engine that produces a maximum power of 140 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. Tata is currently testing the BS6 version of the Harrier and it may get the more powerful engine. Also, by the end of this year, the seven-seater version of the Harrier will be launched in the market.