Tata recently launched a new version of their flagship SUV Safari in the market. It is known as the Safari Gold Edition and got debuted in the city of Gold Dubai. The Safari Gold Edition is offered in two colour options. There is White Gold and Black Gold. Price for Gold Edition Tata Safari is Rs 21.89 lakh, ex-showroom. The Safari Gold Edition made its Debut at the 2021 Vivo IPL which is happening in Dubai. How different is the Gold Edition from the regular Tata Safari? Here we have a detailed walkaround video that shows all the changes in the Tata Safari Gold edition.
The video has been uploaded by GearFliQ on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger shows both White and Black Gold edition Safari. Tata has made some cosmetic changes to the SUV to differentiate it from the regular version. The main difference is the gold coloured accents at places. The Safari gets Gold coloured tri-arrow designs on the front grille, a gold coloured garnish around the headlamps and a gold coloured humanity line under the grille and LED DRLs.
Other than this, the chrome garnish on the door handles and the roof rails have also been finished in gold. At the rear, the Safari badging is done in gold finish. These are cosmetic changes done to the Safari on the outside. Moving in, Tata has made changes by adding more features along with cosmetic changes. The golden accents that are seen on the exterior are seen on the inside as well. The gold coloured accents are seen on the dashboard, AC vents and around the speedometer console.
Tata logo inside and outside the car is also finished in gold. The other additions in the Tata Safari Gold Edition include a wireless phone charger, updated touchscreen system that now supports wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, genuine leather wrapped seats and ventilation function for both front and second row passengers. Other cars in this segment offer ventilated seat function for front seats only. Other than this, the dashboard also gets a white and dark marble like thick strip which gives it a premium look. An air purifier has also been added.
Other than this, Tata Safari offers charcoal black 18 inch alloy wheels in Gold Edition. No other changes have been made to the overall look or design of this SUV. It continues to offer all the features like semi-digital instrument cluster, touchscreen infotainment screen, electrically adjustable driver seat, panoramic sunroof, auto dimming IRVMs and many more features.
Tata Safari is powered by the same engine that is used in Harrier. It is a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine which is available with a manual and automatic transmission option. The engine generates 170 Ps and 350 Nm of peak torque. The Tata Safari is available in both six and seven seater configurations. The Gold Edition is offered in six seater configuration with captain seats in the middle row. Safari competes with Hyundai Alcazar, MG Hector and upcoming Mahindra XUV700 in the market.