Tata Harrier XT+ Dark Edition shown in a detailed walkaround video

Tata Motors launched the Harrier SUV in the market last year. It was one of the most anticipated SUVs from the manufacturer and is now a very common sight on our roads. Tata even launched a Dark Edition of the SUV which looked much more butch in comparison to the regular version. Harrier is now BS6 compliant and the special Dark Edition is now available with newly introduced XT+ trim of the SUV. XT+ trim is placed above the regular XT and right below the top end XZ trim. Here we have have a video that shows a detailed walkaround of the Harrier XT+ Dark Edition SUV.

The video has been uploaded by AutoTrend TV on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the exterior of the XT+ variant. As this is the Dark Edition, Harrier gets an all black treatment. All the chrome and brushed aluminium inserts have either been removed or completely blacked out.

It still gets the dual function DRL, projector type headlamp and fog lamp at the front. XT+ trim some features that are available in the top-end trim which makes it a great option for those who are not planning buy the top-end trim. Coming to the side profile, the Dark Edition XT+ gets all black alloy wheels. Design of these wheels are the same as the one seen in BS4 version.

Tata Harrier XT+ Dark Edition shown in a detailed walkaround video

Moving to the rear, as this is no the top-end trim, the bumper does not get lights. Instead, there is a black mesh insert that goes well with the car. One of the main attractive feature in this XT+ trim Harrier is that it comes with the huge panoramic sunroof which was otherwise available with the top-end trim only.

On the inside, Dark Edition Harrier gets an all black cabin with grey inserts at places. The seat gets black upholstery, multi function steering wheel with cruise control feature. There is a 7 inch touchscreen infotainment screen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It even offers voice commands to control some of the functions. Harrier XT+ Dark Edition misses out on features like Terrain modes, electrically adjustable driver seats and so on.

It is powered by a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine that generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of torque. The engine is available with a manual and automatic gearbox option. XT+ variant however does not get AT option. It is almost Rs 50,000 cheaper than XZ and Rs 90,000 more than regular XT trim.