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2022 Tata Safari & Harrier Facelifts Teased; Launching Soon

 


Minor visual changes will be made to the 2022 Tata Safari and Harrier facelifts, but the options list may gain quite a few new items, including ADAS.



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The first official teaser video for what appears to be the refreshed Safari or the modernized Harrier has been released by Tata Motors. Or perhaps they should all launch at the same time? According to our most recent news, the domestic automaker is getting set to immediately launch the updated versions of its popular midsize SUV pair in the country.


Tata was recently captured testing the new Safari, and we had already shown you spy footage of the brand-new Harrier. The Safari, which is now available in six- and seven-seater variants, is nothing more than the three-row version of the Harrier. The teaser leans around the SUV's executive-focused comfort-based features.


The Safari already has a middle-row captain seating arrangement and a Boss mode that frees more space by relocating the front passenger seat. Currently, the Harrier and Safari employ a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine from Fiat with 170 PS of maximum power and 350 Nm of maximum torque.


It is connected to either a six-speed manual transmission or an AT torque converter. According to rumors, Tata may introduce a new turbo-petrol engine based on Nexon's 1.2L Revotron turbo mill to increase the range. Additional proposed cosmetic updates for the 2022 Tata Safari include a revised front grille with rectangular components and silver accents.


The inside might see subtle changes, and the rear bumper insert could be finished in black. The SUV pair is expected to return with a larger touchscreen entertainment system with wi-fi Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, the most recent iRA connectivity, a 360-degree camera system, automatic local weather management, an engine start/stop button, and other features.


The inclusion of ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems)-based features like lane keep assist, autonomous emergency braking, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warning, etc. is one of many potential standout additions of this mid-life update, as the upcoming Hyundai Creta and soon-to-launch MG Hector facelift will both get such technology.


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