The much-awaited Tata Gravitas or the all-new Safari is now unveiled. Though, some might say, naming the Gravitas, Safari, is not a good strategy. But, Safari is back, and we can say one thing for sure, it looks stunning! Let’s see what all we know about it till now.
For the powertrain options and much more: Tata Safari 2021, Teased Ahead Of Its Launch This January
As we have already mentioned, what it will be getting under the hood, let’s see what more do we know.
Safety Features | It’s a Tata after all!
Based on the Harrier with an extra overhang, Safari seems to be a good deal when it comes to safety. It will be getting ABS with EBD, CSC, Electronic Traction Control (ETC), Hill Hold Control (HHC), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Hill Descent Control (HDC), Brake Disc Wiping, Roll-over Mitigation, Engine Drag Torque Control, Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, Disc Brakes at all the four corners and Dynamic Wheel Torque by the brake. This is a great safety package, but what would have been better is a four-wheel drive, which currently might not be an option.
Now, let’s take a look at what else will the Tata Safari offer!
The all-new Safari will be hosting a similar list of features that currently, Tata Harrier hosts. It will be getting Panoramic sunroof, USB charger port, Sub-woofer, Boot lamp, Cup/bottle holder, netted pockets storage & HVAC regulator knob in the rear, iRA connected car features with Airtel/BSNL e-sims, rear AC, easy slide co-driver seat, ambient lighting, rain sensor and much more.
The Tata Safari will be offering two seating options: a 6-seater and a 7-seater option. The 6-seat option will get Captain seats in the middle row. The second row will get easy seat recline with fold and tumble operation for easy ingress and egress to the third row.
The dashboard layout is the same as that of the Harrier. But you get an all-new interior colour option: the white and beige.
The roof rails on the top are not there just for looks. It has a bearing capacity of 75kgs. But why would Tata offer roof rails when there is a panoramic sunroof? What do you think?
Price | It is still a mystery!
Tata prices their vehicles competitively, this is prominent as the Tata Harrier which also happens to be the current company’s flagship vehicle starts at ₹13.84 lakhs and goes all the way up to ₹20.30 lakhs (ex-Showroom). Without any doubt, Safari will witness a slight increase in its price over the Harrier, but by how much? Well, this is something that will be cleared on 26th Jan 2021. Additionally, the new Tata Safari will rival the upcoming Mahindra XUV500, MG Hector Plus, and more.
You can take a look at the Tata Safari 2021 with an interactive AR, Click here.