Tata Safari Dark Edition Launched; 16000 Units Of the SUV Sold Since 2021

Tata Safari Dark Edition Launched prices start at-rs 19.05 lakh- The Tata Safari Dark Edition is positioned below the Tata Safari Gold Edition in the company’s line-up. Tata Motors expands its Dark Edition in India, with the addition of the new Tata Safari Dark Edition. Prices for the car begin from  ₹ 19.05 lakh (ex-showroom, India), and it will be offered in both manual and automatic gearbox options coupled to a single diesel engine. The Tata Safari Dark car is now available with blacked-out elements enhancing the appeal of the 6/7-seater SUV. The Tata Safari Dark car is positioned below the Tata Safari Gold Edition in the company’s line-up, and the price-wise variants are listed below.

Tata Safari Dark Edition Ex Showroom Price

Variant Price (ex-showroom, India)
Safari XT+ Dark ₹ 19.05 lakh
Safari XTA+ Dark ₹ 20.35 lakh
Safari XZ+ Dark ₹ 21.11 lakh
Safari XZ+ 6S Dark ₹ 21.21 lakh
Safari XZA+ Dark ₹ 22.41 lakh
Safari XZA+ 6S Dark ₹ 22.51 lakh

Tata Safari Dark Edition Design and Styling

Like the Dark Edition range, Tata Motors introduces the signature Oberon Black exterior body color to the Safari Dark Edition, adding a touch of sophistication and improving its overall road presence as well. Accompanying the exterior color scheme is gloss black accents on the grille, headlight surrounds and window surrounds, replacing the chrome accents from the standard versions. It now sits on a pair of charcoal-themed 18-inch alloy wheels, like the Harrier Dark Edition, and the rest of its product range. The Tata and Dark Edition badges retain the chrome touch to it. On the inside, the Tata Safari Dark car features a dark theme, called the Blackstone Dark theme. This theme takes over the cabin and is spread across the dashboard, and the upholstery, which is now available in Nappa Granite Black color scheme and blue stitching.

Tata Safari Dark Edition Features

Based on the XT+/XTA+, and XZ+/XZA+ trims, the Safari Dark Edition has fairly been equipped with features such as an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless charger, JBL audio system, a 7.0-inch semi-digital instrument cluster, ventilated seats for the second row, a panoramic sunroof and leatherette seat upholstery. Power will be sourced from the same 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine developing 168 bhp, couple to both 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque convertor automatic gearbox option.

The Dark range has become a popular choice for customers, he added.

“The Harrier #DARK, which was launched as a limited edition product initially, did extremely well and on popular customer demand, became an integral part of the Harrier portfolio.

“It offered an exciting & unique package to the customers, which further extended with the introduction of the #DARK range. We are confident that this stylish #DARK Edition will prove to be yet another reason for car-buyers to upgrade to the magnificent Safari,” Amba stated.

The company said it has sold over 16,000 units of the SUV, which is built on the OMEGARC architecture, which in turn is derived from Land Rover’s legendary D8 platform.

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