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All-new Tata Safari Limousine Edition rendered on video

Tata Motors is all set to launch their all-new 7-seater SUV Safari in the market. The production for the SUV has already starts and the SUV is expected to reach the dealerships across the country soon. We will be driving the all-new Safari soon and to know more about the all-new SUV, stay tuned to our website and youtube channel to watch the detailed review of the all-new Safari. Tata has already released couple TVCs for the upcoming SUV and we already know what all features does this new SUV offers. We now have a render video that shows how the all-new Safari would look like, if Tata were to launch a Limousine version of the same.

The video has been uploaded by SRK Designs on their youtube channel. The artists creates a render using the studio images of all-new Safari. The new Safari is re-imagined as a limousine which will be used by bureaucrats of our country. The artist starts by increasing the wheelbase and overall length of the vehicle. The front end of the car has been slightly modified. The tri-arrow design on the front grille has been removed and replaced with vertical chrome slats. The dual function LED DRLs and headlamps are the same as stock. Just under the grille, Safari gets red and blue LED flash lights.

The bumper of the SUV remains the same as stock with faux skid plate at the lower part. Coming to the side profile, there is a small Indian Flag on the fender. Other than that, there is an all black multi spoke alloy wheels. The basic design of the side profile remains the same. The panoramic sunroof on the Safari has been closed and height of the car has also been increased to create more room on the inside. The SUV still gets a 4 door layout but the distance between both the door has increased by a lot.

The render doesn’t show what the rear of the SUV would look like but, we are sure that the LED split tail lamps and the bumper remain the same as the regular Safari. The Limousine version of Safari also gets black paint job which we normally see in the cars of bureaucrats. The glasses are expected to be bulletproof and that is one of the reason why the sunroof was closed.

Coming back to all-new Safari, it offers features like iRA connected car features, panoramic sunroof, electrically adjustable driver seat. 8.8 inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, JBL speaker system, multi function steering wheel, semi-digital instrument cluster, auto-dimming IRVMs, electronic parking brakes, Hill descent control, disc brakes on all four wheels, ESP, 6-airbags, multiple drive modes, TPMS, terrain response system, Automatic headlamps and rain sensing wipers and so on.

Safari as we know is based on Harrier which was launched in 2019. The Safari is longer and taller than Harrier but, is powered by the same engine. It uses the 2.0 litre turbocharged Kryotec diesel engine that generates a maximum of 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque. It is a 2WD SUV and is available with 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic transmission option.