Ever since its launch Tata Harrier has been a huge success in its segment. It was one of the most awaited vehicle from Tata Motors last year. It received an overwhelming response from the buyers and it currently competes with cars like Kia Seltos, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass, Hyundai Creta in the segment. Harrier is a common sight on our roads now and many people have also started modifying Harrier as per their personal preferences. In the video below by Car Stylein, we have one such Harrier that has been customised from the inside to look like a top-end variant.
Harrier is available in XE, XM, XT and XZ trims. In this video, XM trim has been used and the interiors have been completely redone to make it look like an XZ variant. The video starts by showing the wooden door handles and the leather wrapped door pads with customised stitching on it. It is similar to the top-end trims. Similar treatment is given to the dashboard as well. It also gets leather wrapped dashboard with ambient lighting on the inside to give it a premium touch.
The seats even get brown leather upholstery with customised stitching which resembles with higher variants of the Harrier. Similarly, steering wheel also gets a touch of wooden finish and also some bits are covered with the same brown leather. It continues to gets the brush aluminium finish on the dashboard, steering wheel, doors and the AC vents.
Apart from the changes on the inside, owner of this car has also gone for an aftermarket rear diffuser with Harrier written on it. At the front, it gets an aftermarket skid plate, LED’s inside the headlight, DRLs and foglamps for better visibility at night.
The XM variant is also decently equipped in terms of features. It gets Remote central locking, electrically adjustable ORVMs, steering-mounted controls, 6-way manually adjustable driver seat, drive modes, 7-ich touchscreen infotainment screen with speakers. Safety features like dual airbags, ABS & EBD, Rear parking sensors, seat belt reminder, auto-door lock are standard across the range.
Tata Harrier is powered by the 2.0-litre KRYOTEC engine, which has is sourced from Fiat and is the same workhorse that powers the Jeep Compass and the MG Hector. This engine in Harrier churns out a maximum power of 138 Bhp along with a 350 Nm of peak torque. Tata is working on a 7-seater version of Harrier which will known as Gravitas. Tata will most likely be launching it later this year.