2021 Tata Safari 4×4 Off-Roader Imagined by SRK Designs

2021 Tata Safari 4×4 Off-Roader Imagined: Tata Motors in a big move announced a few days back that they will be resurrecting its Tata Safari nameplate in India. The 7-seater version of Harrier will be known as Safari across the country. Ahead of the launch, SRK Designs has created a rendered image of the new Tata Safari showcased as a 4×4 off-roader.

As one can judge from the rendering, most of the body panels have been kept identical to the upcoming car, though the SUV has been offered some key off-road enhancements. At the front, SRK Design has fitted the Safari with a rugged scuff plate that extends almost to the upper grille. In addition to that, the front grille has been imparted a blacked-out treatment along with the door handles on the sides.

2021 Tata Safari 4x4 Off-Roader Imagined
2021 Tata Safari 4×4 Off-Roader Imagined by SRK Designs

The customizer has further rendered the SUV with all-black rims along with off-road-spec tyres which seem to be capable enough to conquer all kinds of rough terrains. The rock sliders on the sides feature chequered plates to double up as side steps and they will also keep the body safe from the rocks and boulders.

The Safari 4×4 Off-Roader by SRK Designs also features a massive LED light bar on the roof to light up the trails at night time. In addition to all these upgrades, the rendered version of the SUV has also been equipped with a massive roof box.

As we reported earlier, the next-gen Tata Safari will be 63mm longer and 80mm taller than the current Harrier model to make extra room for the third row. It will also be accompanied by a stepped-up roof for an airier third row, and it will most likely be available in a 6-seater and a 7-seater option.

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The two engine options will include a 2.0-litre diesel engine churning out 170PS and 350 Nm of peak torque, and a 1.5-litre petrol engine is also on the cards. The transmission options will include a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.

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