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The Tata Harrier was launched in January this year and has already made a name for itself. The SUV competes with the Mahindra XUV500, the Tata Hexa, the Jeep Compass, and the recently launched MG Hector. It has however, retained it's bestseller status in the segment.
Custom builds and mods are ‘the' thing at the moment and Harrier owners have been customizing their SUVs since deliveries.
While most folk choose over-the-top alloy wheels and visually different paint schemes, the Tata Harrier featured here is red hot - literally! Well, actually Range Rover Red.
Worked on by Coimbatore based Kitup Automotive, the vehicle features an eye-popping, in your face shade of red that most people may not choose.
The colour is chic and up-market, it looks stunning on the Harrier (or the other way around), and is definitely not for the meek.
This Tata Harrier also features aftermarket alloy wheels that look like 17-inch units. The roof of this drop-dead gorgeous SUV has been painted black, making the red look more outstanding. There are no other modifications done to the SUV.
Tata recently added dual colour schemes for the Tata Harrier. The two-tone options available are - Orcus White Dual Tone, and Calisto Copper Dual Tone. Other colours available are Thermisto Gold, Telesto Grey, Calisto Copper, and Ariel Silver. The dual tone schemes are available only on the top spec variant.
The Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0-litre KRYOTEC diesel engine which is also featured on the Jeep Compass, and the recently launched MG Hector, albeit in different states of tune. The Tata Harrier retails between Rs 13 lakh and Rs 16.76 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
Thoughts About The Tata Harrier Painted In A Ranger Rover Red Colour
The repainted Tata Harrier looks great. In fact, the colour looks brilliant on the vehicle. We think Tata should introduce more vibrant colours to their future vehicle. Colours that are chic and up-market are definitely in demand. Hopefully they see it! Fantastic job by Kitup Automotive.