Tata Safari & Harrier Facelift: Tata Motors, a domestic manufacturer of passenger vehicles, plans to present a variety of sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and electric vehicles (EVs) at the 2023 Auto Expo. The revised versions of the Safari and the Harrier, two of the company’s existing SUVs, will also likely be on display. Indeed, many sightings of the 2023 Tata Safari and Harrier makeover testing on Indian roads have already been reported.
Midway through 2023 is when we anticipate the debut of the refreshed Tata Harrier, while the updated Safari will hit showroom floors before the year’s conclusion. The exteriors and cabins of both SUVs will be updated with new styling and modern amenities. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) represents the most significant improvement (Advanced Driver Assistance System).
Features such as automatic high beams, blind spot detection, lane-keeping assistance, adaptive cruise control, collision prevention, and driver monitoring will be available with the ADAS technology. Tire pressure monitors and electronic stability controls will be standard on both SUVs (ESC). Additionally, both SUVs will come standard with a 360-degree camera that should make driving and parking much less of a hassle in India.
Both the Tata Safari and the Harrier will receive significant inside updates for the year 2023. A fresh colour scheme may be all that changes the dashboard’s basic layout. A larger touchscreen infotainment system featuring wireless compatibility for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as voice navigation will take up most of the space in the centre console. Over-the-air (OTA) updates will be available for both crossover SUVs. The SUVs will still come standard with features such as a sunroof, leather upholstery, and climate control.
The 2023 Tata Safari and Harrier refresh also has updated exterior style. It is expected to have a new headlight design and a restyled front fascia that includes a new grille and air dam with horizontal slats and maybe integrated radar. A new set of alloy wheels is also a possibility for the SUV.
A 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine delivering 168 horsepower of power and 350 Nm of torque will be standard equipment in both SUVs. Six-speed manual and automatic transmissions will be available. The Harrier SUV will be the debut vehicle for a new turbocharged petrol engine that Tata Motors is developing. The revised vehicles, however, will still be available with diesel powertrains.
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