New 2021 Tata Safari SUV unveiled as production begins; 1st vehicle rolls out from Pune plant

Tata Motors, has formally unveiled the new avatar of the iconic Tata Safari, which is a potent combination of power and elegant sophistication. In a flag-off ceremony on January 14, 2021, the first new Safari in its full glory rolled out of the line from the plant in Pune.

While the Safari makes its way to the showrooms, leveraging the power of digital, Tata Motors has also launched the Tata Safari Imaginator suite, power packed with interactive features using Augmented Reality (AR), for customers to explore the Safari virtually at their preferred location including their living room! 

The Impact 2.0 design language of the new Safari readily tells its all-purpose nature. The Safari’s unique and domineering stance has been enhanced in the new avatar and key areas like the elegant grille, the unmistakable stepped roof and the imposing tailgate have been given ultra – premium finishes.

Sculpted impeccably with an uncompromised strong stance, imposing wheel arches and a careful accenting of chrome gives the new Safari a jewel-like appearance.

The interior of the Safari takes the premium element even higher, with the rich Oyster White interior theme, paired with Ash Wood dashboard. It is specially designed and developed for the socially active, fun loving customer group, who seek unique experiences and adventure.

2021 New Tata Safari 1st vehicle from Pune plant

The new Safari has evolved to satisfy the new age SUV customers, who demand arresting design, unparalleled versatility, plush and comfortable interiors, outstanding performance for a modern, multifaceted lifestyle. Customers can now get close with the new Safari by remotely accessing the Tata Safari Imaginator suite.  Simply by using their handsets, they can take a walk around the new Safari or choose to step inside it for a fully immersive experience, in their preferred environment for a real-life like feel.

Earlier, the new Tata Safari which is an extended version of the Tata Harrier SUV and will be available with 7-seat and 6-seat configuration was reported to be called as the Tata Gravitas. The SUV was first showcased in the concept car at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) and was called as the Tata Buzzard back then.

The new Safari is built on the OMEGARC, an architecture derived from the renowned D8 platform from Land Rover, which in itself is the gold standard of SUVs worldwide. This adaptive architecture allows for further drive train enhancements including all-wheel drive and possibilities of electrification in future.


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