Tata Safari 2021: All Details In 10 Images

The Safari is essentially a three-row Harrier, but it gets a host of differentiating features



The wraps on the new Tata Safari have finally come off, and it’s essentially a three-row derivative of the Harrier. Bookings for the Safari will officially begin on February 04, ahead of its launch in mid-February. We now have detailed images of the SUV, and if you have had your eyes set on one, this report could be helpful. Here are all details of the Safari in 10 images.


The Safari’s front-end is similar to the Harrier’s, but the keen-eyed will notice a few changes. The grille, which gets a tri-arrow pattern, is finished in silver and chrome. More of the flashy stuff is around the headlamps and fog lamps, but the execution is neat and refined. 


The silhouette is different from the Harrier's, thanks to the additional length and height to accommodate the third row. It also sits on 18-inch wheels rather than the Harrier's 17-inch rims. The roof rails have got a chrome finish with a Safari badge on them.


The rear-end features an upright tailgate instead of the swoopy unit found in the Harrier. Like the 5-seater SUV, the Safari features sleek LED tail lamps connected by a gloss black trim. Also of note is the 'SAFARI' badging embossed in bold on the tailgate. The SUV is offered in three colours -- Royale Blue, Orcus White, and Daytona Grey.


The dashboard layout might be similar to that of the Harrier, but it comes finished in a black-and-white colour scheme. Even the wood trim on the centre console is different compared to the Harrier.  


The Safari is a three-row SUV. Middle-row occupants have two seating options to choose from -- a 6-seater with captain seats or a 7-seater with bench seats. Third-row occupants have their own dedicated AC unit with blower controls and two USB charging ports.  


The Safari gets ambient lighting, a tyre pressure monitor, connected car tech with over-the-air updates, rear disc brakes, and an electronic parking brake with auto-hold function. These features aren’t offered in the Harrier. 


Features retained from the Harrier include a panoramic sunroof, an 8.8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a 320w JBL sound system with a subwoofer, a 7-inch coloured semi-digital instrument display, powered driver’s seat, climate control, and drive and off-road modes. 

Safety is taken care of by up to six airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors with a camera, ISOFIX child seat mounts, electronic stability control, and hill descent control. 


An FCA-sourced 170PS 2.0-litre diesel engine drives the front wheels of the Safari via a 6-speed manual or 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. Enthusiasts might be disappointed that an all-wheel drive variant isn’t on offer, but it could be offered later depending on the demand. 


Prices of the Safari are set to be revealed in mid-February. We expect it to be priced between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 21 lakh (ex-showroom). It will rival the MG Hector Plus and the Mahindra XUV500

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