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Tata Motors is all set to introduce the new (2021) Safari SUV in the Indian market. The 2021 Tata Safari is scheduled to go on sale in the country sometime this month. Once launched, the SUV will be the brand's newest flagship model, positioned above its five-seater sibling, the Harrier.
Ahead of its launch, we got behind the wheel of the new Tata Safari and here are our first impressions.
The new Tata Safari carries forward the brand's latest 'Impact 2.0' design language, which first debuted on the Harrier. The Safari is also part of the brand's OMEGARC platform, which is based on Land Rover's renowned D8 architecture.
Being based on the Tata Harrier, the new seven-seater SUV carries forward similar design, features, equipment and mechanical components. This includes the 2.0-litre diesel engine, producing the identical 168bhp and 350Nm of peak torque. It is mated to either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission unit.
Once launched in India, the new Tata Safari will take on rivals such as the MG Hector Plus. It will also take on upcoming models such as the new-generation Mahindra XUV500 and the seven-seater versions of the Hyundai Creta and Jeep Compass SUVs.