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Tata Motors is all set to introduce their all-new Safari SUV in the Indian market on the 26th of January this year. Recently, the new Tata Safari was unveiled, showcasing its final retail-ready exterior design and features.
However, according to the latest report by Motorbeam, the all-new Tata Safari was spotted without any wraps ahead of its official launch. Except for the layer of a sheet on the name-plate, the new model can be seen painted in a dark blue exterior shade.
Some of the key exterior styling features and equipment on the upcoming Tata Safari include the LED projector headlamp setup, tri-arrow mesh grille, wrap-around LED taillight connected by a gloss-black element. The SUV also features flared wheel arches with stylish alloy wheels, stepped roof, ‘SAFARI' moniker on the boot lid, and a panoramic sunroof to name a few.
As per some previous reports, the Tata Safari will be offered in both six and seven-seater configurations. Depending on the configuration, the middle row of the Tata Safari will either feature individual captain chairs or bench seats.
For the seven-seater configuration, the middle row will come with a 60:40 split, offering easier access to the third-row seating. The last row, on the other hand, will come with 50:50 split seats, which will offer extended boot space, whenever required.
Some other features that are expected on the new Tata Safari interiors include a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, semi-digital instrument cluster, push-button start/stop, multiple airbags, nine-speaker JBL audio system with amplifier and other equipment as well.
Mechanically, the all-new Tata Safari SUV will be powered by a single 2.0-litre diesel engine. The unit will produce 172bhp of power and 350Nm of peak torque and is mated either to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission unit.
Thoughts About The All-New Tata Safari
The Tata Safari SUV is one of the most awaited seven-seaters in the Indian market. The Tata Safari once launched in India will go up against the likes of the MG Hector Plus, along with the upcoming seven-seater versions of the Hyundai Creta and Jeep Compass.