- Tata Harrier All-Black is more likely to be known as Tata Harrier Dark Edition on launch.
- The SUV will receive interior and exterior upgrades.
Tata Motors is all prepped-up for the launch of Tata Harrier Black Edition. The upcoming Tata Harrier Edition is more likely to be known as Tata Harrier Dark Edition on launch. We at Autoportal has covered this news of Harrier special edition launch in India a few days back.
As per the sources, all-black Tata Harrier will be known as Tata Harrier Dark Edition. Talking of the Harrier Dark Edition exterior, it will get a different Altas Black exterior paint shade, 17-inch ‘Blackstone’ alloy wheels, rear skid plates, black-finished front, and grey headlamp inserts.
Speaking of the Harrier Dark Edition cabin, it will follow the all-black theme with ‘Blackstone’ dashboard shade. Other impressive features will include matte grey inserts on centre console despite faux wood trim, grey-finished door pads with perforated leather inside the door handles and luxury Benecke-Kaliko Blackstone leather seats.
Besides these exterior and interior upgrades, the Harrier Black Edition is similar to the current model. However, the Tata Harrier Dark Edition price is expected to be a bit higher than the standard model. It is yet to be known that this will be positioned below or above the latest Harrier dual-tone variant. The Tata Harrier All-Black could think of the stop-gap update in order to keep it strong in the new rival list that includes Kia Seltos (launch on 22nd August 2019) and MG Hector. In addition, the Tata Harrier will get more updates, including a new variant featuring factory sunroof.
Moreover, the Harrier SUV will get a BS6 compliant engine that will crank out a peak power of 170 bhp. Tata Motors will soon introduce the Harrier six-speed automatic variant with three-row seven-seat configuration, which is earlier displayed as “Tata Buzzard” at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. With Tata Harrier Dark Edition launch, the auto giant is also planning for the Altroz hatchback launch in the Indian market during festive season later this year.
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