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Harrier and Safari facelift official teaser out
- Harrier and Safari facelifts officially unveiled.
- Will get design inspiration from the Currv
- Booking commences from 6 October 2023
Tata Motors is gearing up for the imminent launch of the revamped Harrier and Safari models in the Indian market. These vehicles will receive a refreshing facelift, drawing inspiration from the Curve concept. In this discussion, let’s delve into the anticipated changes that the Tata Harrier facelift and Safari facelift will bring to the table.
Official Teaser of Tata Harrier Facelift
The bookings for the upcoming facelifted models of Harrier and Safari are set to commence on October 6, 2023. Notably, the Harrier will incorporate design cues, such as the floating turn indicators, inspired by the EV concept unveiled at the Auto Expo 2023. As of now, no other official information regarding these SUVs has been released. However, it is reasonable to anticipate changes in the taillamps of the vehicles as well. These changes will also be applicable to the Tata Safari facelift that will soon launch in the Indian market.
Features on the new facelifted model
The facelifted versions of the Harrier and Safari will also get a range of new features. These enhancements may encompass Autonomous Drive Assist Systems (ADAS), 360-degree cameras, and ventilated seats, among others. Tata Motors has the determination not to compromise on the vehicle’s feature set. Additionally, significant revisions to the car’s interior design have expectations, with more details the manufacturer will reveal during the launch.
Engine Options on the new Facelifted versions
Official confirmation regarding the inclusion of petrol engines in both vehicles is currently unavailable. However, it is likely that Tata Motors may offer a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine with 170 PS of power and 280 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the diesel variants of the cars will retain the 2-liter diesel engine, producing 170 PS of power and 350 Nm of torque. These diesel variants will be available with both a 6-speed manual and a torque converter transmission. It’s worth noting that while the standard configuration for both cars will be Front-Wheel-Drive, it is unlikely that Safari will receive an All-Wheel-Drive option.
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