Tata begins official booking for upcoming updated Safari and Harrier, check details
The leading Indian car manufacturer Tata which has gained a lot of appreciation with its top hot-selling products Safar and Harrier is all set to woo customers again as the company decided to release an updated version of both vehicles. As per the report, it has been suggested that the updated version of king SUVs will hit the market next month.
Ahead of the official release, the company already started accepting the booking for the same. Interested customers can now pre-book the vehicle from the authorized store or they can simply visit the company’s official site and book it from there.
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Know everything about the updated version of Tata Safari and Harrier
Both SUVs likely to receive some minor noticeable changes in terms of cosmetics. Reports suggested that it will likely come with an of ADAS capabilities including a 360-degree camera, frontal collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, high beam assist, lane departure warning, blind spot detection, and more. However, both vehicles will have panoramic sunroofs, but only the Safari has ambient lighting inside the left and right sunroof margins.
Both SUVs will also be equipped with the new infotainment system, which will replace the outdated 8.8-inch touchscreen with a 10.25-inch model that supports wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Voice commands are also supported in six different languages. Both now have a 7-inch semi-digital instrument cluster as well, under which customers will able to see important notifications such as tyre pressure, RPM, speed, current gear, fuel capacity among others.
Under the hood, the company did not touch anything, which means both the vehicles remain come with the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine that will generate 170hp and 350Nm peak torgue. It will feature either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
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