The 2021 All-New Tata Safari.
The Tata Safari is a mid-size SUV produced by the Indian automobile manufacturer Tata Motors since 1998, with the second-generation model being introduced in 2021 as a crossover.
The Tata range in the nineties saw the expansion into new markets with newer models such as the Indica city car and the Safari. The Safari has been designed as a seven-seater SUV with a foldable third row, roomy interior; on the market it has positioned itself as an alternative from the competitive price to other off-road vehicles.
Tata Motors showed back in March 2019 at the Geneva Motor Show, and in February 2020, already at the Auto Expo home exhibition, a pre production version, renamed Gravitas, debuted. It was believed that the last name would be retained for the commercial model, moreover, the corresponding inscription was flaunted on the stern of the recently caught conveyor cross.
The five seater SUV launched in the home market last year, it is based on the Omega Arc platform, this is how Tata designated the cheaper version of the D8 trolley, from Jaguar Land Rover, the Indians own a British company, based on the original platform, for example, former Land Rover Discovery Sport. Outwardly, the stretched cross differs from its brother in a front grille and a rear bumper, its headlight units have a chrome edging instead of a glossy one, plus the tailgate was replaced, the windows in the rear pillars were made larger. The dimensions of the serial Safari have not yet been announced. The length of the Gravitas is 4661mm, which is 63mm longer than that of the Tata Harrier, the wheelbase of the cars is identical 2741mm.
The engine is a Kryotec 2.0 turbodiesel with a capacity of 170 horsepower, which works in tandem with six-speed manual, or automatic transmission. Safari have front wheel drive. At the same time, Tata reiterated that the Omega Arc platform allows the introduction of all wheel drive, that is, in the future.
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