Ahead of the launch, 2021 Tata Safari production has been started at Brand’s Pune plant, and the first official unit has been rolled out.
- Bookings for 2021 Tata Safari will start later this month
- New safari spots some minor changes over Gravitas
- It is powered with a 2.0-liter Kyrotec Diesel engine
The 2021 tata Safari production version has been revealed ahead of its official launch, later this month. The 3-row flagship SUV first unit has been rolled out of their Pune plant. Tata Motors have opted to revise their Iconic Safari name for their new flagship SUV, which was showcased on 2020 Auto Expo named as Gravitas. First official images have been confirming, revealing its outside details. The 2021 Tata Safari looks the same as it was seen in Auto Expo with some minor cosmetic changes like a new grille, new Harbour Blue shade paint, and tata’s signature Tri-arrow chrome. The official bookings for the 2021 Tata Safari will be starting later this month.
The Tata Safari will be offered with four trims, namely XE, XM, XT, and XZ. Although, the Tata safari will be offered with both 6-seat and 7-seat configuration, along with a captain seat and bench seat. Earlier the reports were suggesting that the Gravitas will not offer a panoramic sunroof, but in the production-ready Tata safari, the panoramic Sunroof can be seen covering almost 80 percent of the roof space. The panoramic sunroof could be offered in Top trims, XT and XZ. Also, three paint schemes have been confirmed from the reports, Royale Blue, Orcus white, and Day tone grey.
The 2021 Tata safari will be powered with a 2.0 Litre four-cylinder Kyrotec diesel engine, the same as in the Tata Harrier, which produces 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of peak torque. The Transmission duties are also the same as in the Harrier, 6-speed manual gearbox, and an optional 6-speed torque converter. Apart, from the additional third-row configuration, SUV also gets an electronic parking brake, as well as rear Disc brakes over Tata Harrier. The Tata Safari will be offered with front-wheel drive configuration only at the time of launch, and it is expected to see four-wheel-drive configuration in the later models, depending on the Demand. It will likely to rivals the likes of MG hector plus as well as Mahindra New-gen XUV500.
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