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Tata Motors is set to launch the 'Dark Edition' of Harrier, Nexon, and Altroz models. The Indian automobile giant announced this recently and is expected to start accepting bookings soon.
The new Black Edition models are said to arrive at all authorised Tata dealerships within few weeks. However, Tata Motors is yet to announce the price on these special edition variants of Harrier, Nexon and Altroz, as the prices are expected to be announced post the arrival of these models at the dealerships across India.
Even though there are no details regarding what changes or additions Tata Motors will bring with the introduction of 'Dark Edition', we can speculate that it will be more or less similar to the existing 'Dark Edition' of Harrier in Tata Motor's current model line-up.
The said 'Dark Edition' of Tata Harrier is available in two trim levels, XZ and XZ+. Both these trims of the Harrier Dark Edition currently retails at Rs 18.35 and Rs 19.60 lakh (ex-showroom), respectively.
That being said, expect the 'Dark Edition' cars to feature similar cosmetic upgrades like blacked-out elements, little or no visible chrome elements, and an all-black interior that reflects the exterior colour scheme.
It is worth mentioning that, apart from these visual tweaks there won't be any other mechanical changes to the cars as that will require additional rigorous testing rounds which could sky-rocket the prices and affect profit margins for the company.
Thoughts About The Tata Nexon, Altroz & Harrier Dark Edition Launching Soon
The introduction of such special editions is always a good way to attract more customers and boost sales. However, we are keen to see what Tata is going to do differently with the introduction of the 'Black Edition' Harrier alongside the existing 'Dark Edition' Harrier.