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Introducing Tata Safari Dark Edition First Look

by Navyatha Sandiri
Tata Safari Dark Edition

Tata has now unveiled Dark Edition models of its flagship Safari, following the introduction of Dark Edition versions of the Altroz, Nexon, and Harrier last year. The SUV comes in four different trim levels: XT, XTA+, XZ, and XZA+, with prices starting at Rs 19.06 lakh ex-showroom. Let’s delve a little more into this limited-edition Safari.

On the outside, what’s new?

The Safari Dark Edition, for starters, has a new Oberon Black paint treatment on the outside. On this Safari, Tata has replaced the chrome accents with gloss black decorations. The gloss black radiator grille, gloss black headlamp frames, black door handles, black Safari lettering on the roof rails, and black window trim, for example, are the most noticeable alterations. The #Dark logo is also emblazoned on both sides of the SUV’s fender. Overall, the Safari’s black exterior paint job gives it a tough and sporty appearance.

The Safari Dark Edition comes with a set of Blackstone-painted 18-inch alloy wheels. Apart from the black inlays, the Dark Edition is identical to the ordinary edition in terms of style and functions. Meanwhile, Tata debuted the Safari Gold Edition, a unique model with a few more features, in September 2021.

The Safari Dark Edition also includes wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, ventilated front and rear seats (only in a six-seat configuration), an air purifier, two USB outlets in the second-row passenger seats, and 8.8-inch infotainment touchscreen, and a semi-digital instrument cluster. Tata hasn’t altered anything inside save the interior motif, which is now darker.

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Tata Safari Dark Edition


Tata keeps the Safari Dark Edition’s features the same as the standard model. For starters, it has HID projector headlamps, a panoramic sunroof, a six-way electronically adjustable driver seat, ambient lighting, rain-sensing wipers, a cooled storage box, automatic headlights, cruise control, a nine-speaker JBL sound system, electronic parking brake, six airbags, four-disc brakes, hill hold, and descent control, TPMS, fog lamps with cornering function, auto-dimming inside rearview

What’s going on under the bonnet?

The Safari Dark Edition is powered by the same 1,959cc four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine, which is paired to either a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. It has a power output of 170 horsepower and a torque output of 350 Nm.

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Competitors and prices

The Hyundai Alcazar, Mahindra XUV700, and MG Hector Plus are also competitors for the Safari Dark Edition. The SUV is currently priced between Rs 19.06 lakh and Rs 22.51 lakh (ex-showroom) “as read and reported by www.carwale.com”.