Air purifier and wireless charger will be available in this 7 seater SUV of Tata

Tata Safari Dark edition Launched: Tata has given its Safari the Dark Edition treatment a while back just like the Harrier, Nexon and Altroz, the Dark Edition has been popular with the removal of chrome along with the darker black which definitely makes the Safari even better. Is. Black is a preferred color option for many while requiring more maintenance but has addons in appeal.

Along with Safari Dark, it gets Oberon Black exterior body color plus 18-inch Blackstone alloy wheels along with mascots on the fenders and tailgate. There are black accents including the black grille which makes our eyes look sporty over the chrome grille. In fact Chrome has been completely removed from Safari Dark Edition.

The Safari Dark Edition gets a dark finish, special blackstone matrix dashboard and new dark upholstery. Coming to the upholstery, the Safari Dark interior gets a new Nappa Granite Black color scheme with blue tri arrows and blue stitching. With the Dark Edition, features like ventilated seats on both the first and second line, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay over air purifier and Wi-Fi have also been added.

There is no change with the engine which is a new 2.0-litre turbo diesel mated to a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. Here are some of the features offered on the Safari Gold Edition, while the all-over feature list includes a wireless charger, JBL audio system, panoramic sunroof, connected car technology and more. Available on XT+/XTA+ and XZ+/XZA+ trims, the Safari Dark Edition costs Rs 20-60,000 more than the standard Safari trims.