Like the Altroz, Harrier, and the Nexon, Tata Motors has recently introduced its Dark Edition of Safari in the Indian market. Let’s look at the top five features which earned it the “Dark” badge and are synonymous today with the dark line of the automaker’s products.
1. Chrome element for black accents
This model is finished in the signature Oberon Black paint, and the chrome elements on the front grille, with tri-arrow designs, have been blacked out. The car rides on smoked-out 18.8-inch Blackstone alloy wheels. The door handles, as well as the roof rails, have been painted new black. Similar to the badge ‘Safari’ in the back of the tailgate.
2. Dark interior
The dark-colored theme is carried over into the cabin too. These special finishes include a Blackstone Matrix dashboard, Nappa Granite black upholstery, blue tri-arrows, and stitching.
3. Dark badging
Special editions also have their signature ‘Dark’ badge on both fenders with diffused chrome. In addition, the same badge is embossed on the seat’s headrests.
4. Seats that are ventilated
Tata Motors recently added to the comfort by introducing an option that will be a massive hit with Safari owners in our scorching climate. They have ventilated seats for the first row in the most luxurious trims in every model and the third row of the versions with six seats.
5. On-board air-purifier
Additionally, to the joy of owners of this exclusive release are extra features such as an air purifier and Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto via Wi-Fi.