2021 Tata Harrier Dark Edition Revealed
Tata appears to have done a lot of testing with the Harrier in order to make it more desirable. There was the Camo edition, which was painted in a military green color scheme, and there was also the classic Harrier dark edition. Because of the success of the Harrier dark edition, they decided to apply the dark treatment to the rest of their lineup ( except the Safari sadly). The Harrier dark edition has some additions for the 2021 model year over the previous variant. Let’s have a peek at what’s new.
Oberon black with a deep blue hue is the color of the 2021 Tata Harrier Dark. It also comes with Blackstone 18-inch alloy wheels. The front fender receives #dark badging, and the front headrests are stitched with the same insignia. Benecke Kaliko leatherette upholstery with tri-arrow holes and a deep blue undertone gives the interior a gloomy motif. A puncture kit is included with the 2021 Tata Harrier Dark. The 2021 Tata Harrier Dark will be available in the XT+, XZ+, and XZA+ trim levels. The price of the Harrier dark edition begins at Rs. 18.04 lakhs.
The Harrier was heavily updated in 2020, and the FCA-sourced 2.0-liter diesel engine now produces 70 PS and 350 NM of torque in its current incarnation. The panoramic sunroof, which has three user-friendly settings and a rain-sensing shutter, was also a new addition. Because the former ones were a touch too huge and restricted visibility, the ORVMs have been reduced in size. Tata Harrier is a stylish car with some class-leading features, thanks to its Impact Design 2.0 design philosophy. Tata used Land Rover’s DNA to design the Harrier, which shows in the fact that it has several terrain response modes and is built on Land Rover’s D8 chassis.
It also has driving modes, which alter the car’s general characteristics based on the mode selected. Harrier also has a long-range of connectivity choices, including Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, as well as integrated voice recognition for navigation, music, and phone calls, among other things. 6-way powered driver seat, rain-sensing wipers, automated headlights, rear AC vents, and 28 utility areas are among the other amenities that improve overall comfort and convenience.
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