2023 Tata Safari Gets Major Equipment Updates
On Indian highways, a carefully camouflaged test mule for the Tata Safari has been spotted, which appears to hint at a mid-lifecycle redesign of the company’s flagship SUV. Incidentally, the Harrier EV concept that was unveiled at Auto Expo 2023 has design features with the Safari makeover that has been seen.
The 2023 Tata Safari, for which reservations are already being taken, will also soon have ADAS capabilities and an enhanced infotainment system from Tata.
The spy images show the Safari facelift’s whole new front fascia. The primary headlight cluster on the new bumper is now positioned vertically and nearer to the edges, yet it still seems to have a split headlamp design. A full-width LED light bar is probably going to be the focal point of the grille and headlight assembly, and the grille has a new design with vertical slats as well. These design cues were earlier hinted at by the Harrier EV concept.
The 2023 Tata Safari rides on new, double five-spoke alloy wheels that are blacked out, but there aren’t any significant modifications to the vehicle’s shape. The SUV’s back end is probably going to have smaller, linked LED tail lights, as well as a slightly modified rear bumper. The ICE-powered Harrier SUV will soon receive these design improvements as well.
Although Safari’s design revisions might not happen for some time, Tata will provide a significant inside change much sooner. Included in this is a new, bigger 10.25-inch infotainment screen that replaces the existing 8.8-inch screen and offers wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility as well as voice controls in six different languages. Moreover, the Safari will get a brand-new 7.0-inch instrument panel.
The more significant addition will be the ADAS capabilities, which will also include a 360-degree camera, frontal collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, high beam assist, lane departure warning, blind spot detection, and more.
The 2.0-liter turbo-diesel engine that powers the Safari facelift will continue to generate 170 horsepower and 350 Nm of torque. It may be paired with either a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. With the Safari makeover, Tata’s new 1.5-liter, four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine is also anticipated. Its engine makes 170 horsepower and 280 Nm of torque, and it was also shown at Auto Expo 2023.
Since that the 2023 Tata Safari’s modifications mostly target the soft plastic components, its release shouldn’t be too far off. During the holiday season of this year or in the early months of 2024, the Tata Safari facelift may make its market debut. It will continue to compete with vehicles like the 7-seat Mahindra XUV700, the Hyundai Alcazar, and the updated MG Hector Plus whenever it is released.
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