Tata Safari - Dark Edition_ Finally Unveiled

The Safari Dark Edition starts at Rs. 19.06 lakhs ex-showroom. Safari Dark Edition bookings are currently being accepted at dealerships.

Tata Safari - Dark Edition_ Finally Unveiled

Tata Motors has finally released the long-awaited Dark Edition of their Safari flagship SUV. The Safari Dark Edition receives cosmetic updates, and the local manufacturer has also incorporated some new functionality. The engine and transmission remain unchanged. The Safari Dark Edition starts at Rs. 19.06 lakhs ex-showroom. Safari Dark Edition bookings are currently being accepted at dealerships. Instead of visiting each and every dealership; we at Car Lelo bring the dealerships right at your fingertips.

The Tata Safari Dark is available in two models: XT+ and XZ+. The Oberon Black exterior colour and de-chromed components like the front grille, door handles, and boot lid garnish remain the highlights.

While the style of the 18-inch alloy wheels has not changed, the alloys are now finished in Blackstone. The #Dark emblem mounted to the front fenders is another striking detail. 

In the cabin, the Safari Dark ditches the dual-tone motif in favour of the new Blackstone theme, which adorns the dashboard and door pads. Granite Black leather is also used for the upholstery, which has blue tri-arrow holes. Additionally, the '#Dark' symbol on the headrest provides a sense of exclusivity.

It gets an all-black exterior paint job in Oberon Black. The black motif provides the SUV with a high-end appearance. The chrome materials have been replaced with piano black treatments. The front grille and alloy wheels are charcoal blacks. The emblem with Dark Edition written on it is another addition arriving with this edition. 

In terms of functionality, the Safari Dark six-seater models include a ventilation option for both the first and second rows. The Safari also receives an air purifier and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. 

While the Adventure and Gold editions are only available on the top-spec XZ+ trim, the Dark Edition is also available on the XT+ trim. It is Rs 20,000 more expensive than the regular XT+ trim. Meanwhile, depending on the gearbox and seating configuration, the Dark costs Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000 more than the Adventure variation while costing Rs 68,000 to Rs 78,000 less than the freshly announced Gold trim.

The Tata Safari is still powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 168bhp and 350Nm of torque. There are two transmission options: a six-speed manual and a torque converter automatic gearbox with six speeds. The Tata Safari Dark remains a competitor to the Mahindra XUV700, MG Hector Plus, and Hyundai Alcazar

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