The 2021 Tata Safari has been revealed in its final, road-ready form, with production of the 7-seat SUV getting underway ahead of its launch in the coming weeks. Tata Motors has opted to revive the iconic Safari name with its new flagship SUV, which was previously known to Indian audiences as the Gravitas, which debuted at Auto Expo 2020.
- New Safari sports minor changes over Gravitas
- To get 170hp diesel engine, manual and auto transmissions
- Bookings to open in January
New 2021 Tata Safari images reveal design and styling details
First official images of the 2021 Tata Safari confirm that while it is largely the same as the Gravitas we saw nearly a year ago, it does sport some minor changes on the outside. It’s rocking the Harbour Blue paint shade, and the grille is new, now with Tata’s signature tri-arrow motifs finished in chrome. There’s more chrome…