Today you will get all the information about the upcoming Tata Safari from us post 7 pm. The car will be unveiled for the first time and we will bring you all details on our social media handles, website and YouTube channel shortly after.  But before that, we have stumbled upon the car in it’s base variant for, The base variant of a car is very interesting as we normally do-not see in adverts and websites how the lower trim of a car looks. So thanks to this YouTube channel – All Rounder Pattathari we have a closer look at the 2021 Tata Safari base variant.

2021 Tata Safari base variant Exterior and Design

The Safari shown here has a projector headlamps, a revised bumper than the Harrier, the rear gets a much flatter tailgate and has not many differences than the cars higher variants. The difference with the lower variant is found with this Safari getting a black grille and no chrome finish and is the same grille as the Harrier. We see smaller steel wheels here too instead of alloy wheels. We can see that the car gets roofrails and also a spoiler. If this is not the base XM variant – it could be the XT variant like we have seen in the Hexa.

2021 Tata Safari base variant

2021 Tata Safari base variant

2021 Tata Safari base variant Interior

On the inside we can see that this car despite being a lower trim gets decent kit. The Safari shown here is the diesel manual. The car gets the Harrier type airplane inspired handbrake, manual climate control, a smaller infotainment display, no steering mounted controls and a single tone black interior. The car in the lower trims will offer ESP, two airbags and parking sensors. The instrument cluster will remain the same and the car should come equipped with fabric seats from the looks of it.

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The 2021 Tata Safari base variant will come with a 2.0-litre diesel engine sourced from the Tata Harrier which will be paired to a manual gearbox. The higher variants will be offered with a six-speed automatic. The upcoming Safari will get Terrain Response modes and settings. The car is going to be based on the Omega-ARC platform of Tata Motors and can in the future take on 4×4 suspension, axel and electronic gubbins if needed.

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