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Tata Harrier with Deadpool Venom wrap looks mean

Tata Harrier is currently one of the popular mid-size SUV in the segment. It competes with cars like Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and MG Hector in the segment. Tata launched Harrier in 2019 and it was based on the H5X concept showcased at the Auto Expo an year before its launch. It is now a commonly spotted SUV and Tata even launched an updated 2020 version of the SUV in 2020. We have seen several videos and images of modified Tata Harrier SUVs on the internet and here we have a video where a BS4 version of Tata Harrier has been neatly modified using a Deadpool Venom wrap.

The video has been uploaded by Carsio on their YouTube channel. The video talks about the modifications that have been made to this Tata Harrier. The SUV seen here is a BS4 model Tata Harrier which used to come in Calisto Copper shade. The whole car is wrapped in red colour wrap which changes the look on this BS4 SUV BS6 verison.

Once SUV was completely wrapped in Red more graphic stickers are added on the wrap. The additional Deadpool, Venom graphics are placed on the bonnet, side fender, side and rear of the Harrier. The addition of graphics has totally changed the character of this Harrier as it now looks a lot more aggressive. The wrap and graphics on it are unique and it probably the only Harrier in India to get such a modification.

The Red wrap on the Harrier looks quite neat. The wrap is no neatly done that, it looks like a BS6 Tata Harrier in Calypso Red shade. Other than the wrap, the stock wheels have also been replaced for an aftermarket unit. The overall looks of this Tata Harrier is quite neat and aggressive. Tata Harrier was one of the most awaited SUV from Tata Motors. Tata offered several features with the SUV. It was available with a touchscreen infotainment screen, multi function steering wheel, cruise control, semi-digital instrument cluster, leather wrapped seats, automatic climate control and so on.

The 2020 version of Harrier got more features like a new set of alloys, auto-dimming IRVMs, a large panoramic sunroof, redesigned ORVMs and so on. Another new feature was the automatic transmission which was missing before. It is powered by a 2.0 litre, turbocharged diesel engine. This is the same engine that is seen in MG Hector and Jeep Compass. The BS4 version seen in the video generates 140 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque. Whereas the BS6 version which is currently available in the market generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque.

Tata also launched a 7-seater SUV named after their iconic SUV Safari. The 2021 Safari is actually based on the Harrier with minor modifications or changes in terms of features and space. It is powered by the same engine and transmission as Harrier. Price for Tata Harrier SUV now starts at Rs 14.29 lakh, ex-showroom and go up to Rs 20.81 lakh, ex-showroom. Tata is also working on a micro SUV HBX which is expected to launched in the market later this year.