New Tata Safari To Get 6 & 7 Seat Layout

The seven-seater version of Harrier which was supposedly called Gravitas will now be launched under the name Tata Safari. Tata motors have confirmed regarding the finalization of the new name as all-new ‘Tata Safari’. 

New Tata Safari

Details about the new Tata safari have been leaked and released. Tata Motors will prioritize the all-new Tata safari over all its brand’s SUV range and is preparing to launch the second-generation Safari SUV. The company has commenced the production of the new Safari at its Pune plant.

What to expect?

The most awaited feature that sets Tata Safari apart is the availability of a bench-seat setup option for the second row. This will essentially mean that the Tata Safari will come in both 6 seater as well as 7 seater version. This is a clear indication of the presence and focus of premium quality offering and high sophistication to the customers. 

The Safari will be powered with a 2.0-litre diesel engine mated to either a six-speed automatic transmission or six-speed manual. This engine will produce 170 bhp of max power.

Features of the New 2020 Safari

The final wait for this brand new model will be over on January 26, 2021. The overall layout is to be retained as its 5-seater sibling, the Harrier except for slight changes in the front grille having subtle chrome bits. Moreover, exclusive features like a panoramic sunroof and electronic parking brake will be offered with the new Safari.


The yet to be launched 2nd-gen Mahindra XUV500 and the recently updated MG Hector Plus are the strongest competitors of the new Tata Safari in the domestic market. Moreover, Hyundai is ready to challenge Tata Motors by bringing in the new 7-seater Creta to the Indian market later this year.

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