Tata Safari Storme facelift’s interior snapped with new steering wheel – Spied

Posted on: Apr 6, 2015 - 4:05pm IST

The Storme facelift’s engine will be retuned for higher power and torque.

Seen here are the first interior spyshots of the forthcoming Tata Safari Storme facelift.

Tata Safari Storme facelift interior spied
The Storme facelift is also reported to get Captains chairs and a front-facing third row bench.
Tata Safari Storme interior
Image of the Safari Storme’s interior added for comparison.

The first and obvious change is the new 3-spoke steering wheel of a similar design to the Zest and Bolt. Tata has ditched the oversized four-spoke steering wheel for a shorter diameter unit, which also gets integrated controls for the music system.

Up next is the center console which now gets a silver insert, and a new music system capable of Bluetooth, AUX-in and CD/MP3. Tata has also opted for light beige inserts for the dashboard, where the current model features a faux-wood finish. The same goes for the gearlever which is pasted with a silver insert.

Tata Safari Storme facelift steering spied
The Storme facelift could get a Harman Kardon music system, according to one report.

According to reports, Tata would offer optional Captains chairs and a front-facing third row bench on the Storme facelift. Interior changes aside, the Storme facelift will get a new Land Rover like grille and a mesh type design for the airdam.

Also read: Tata Nano Twist Active ready to ship to dealerships

Tata Safari Storme facelift badge spied
The Storme facelift will make 20 PS and 80 Nm more torque than the current model.

Mechanically, the 2.2-liter four-cylinder diesel engine on the Storme facelift will be retuned to produce 160 PS and 400 Nm of torque, which represent a 20 PS and 80 Nm increase over the current model.

The Safari Storme facelift is expected to launch in a couple of weeks according to certain reports.

Rivals: Renault Duster, Mahindra Scorpio
Expected Price: Rs 10-14 lakhs, ex-Showroom
Tentative Launch date: April 2015 (unconfirmed)

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3 thoughts on “Tata Safari Storme facelift’s interior snapped with new steering wheel – Spied

  1. Code uberinr300free at Uber says:

    That was sarcasm my friend.

    They will be lucky if they sell dozens per month. Have you seen the numbers for the Tata Aria. What makes you think that Storme Mk II will be any better in the marketplace. Tata certainly does not want to do better.

    The 4 lakh rupee Bolt has a touch screen music system but someone in charge of the refresh though that including it in the Storme would cannibalize the Aria or upcoming Hexa. Who buys the Aria anyway.

  2. Code uberinr300free at Uber says:

    If there are no consequences to bad decisions and substandard work, then why should anyone improve. Has anyone been fired for the Nano debacle or the Vista/Manza sales failure or even the fact that someone greenlit a complete refresh of the internals/chassis/suspension of the Safari but kept the body panels exactly the same.

    Look at all Tata products after the original Indica, they look like something even a blind mother would have difficultly in expressing her love for. I don’t believe for a second that executives at Tata don’t have eyes or an aesthetic sense. It is just that there are no consequences to their actions so they are phoning it in. Go to their plants and you will see Hyundais, Hondas and Marutis till the eye can see. That is a fair indicator to the quality of their product.

    And you are correct, for some one who roots for these jokers to succeed, it has become farcical and a comedy of errors.

  3. Code uberinr300free at Uber says:

    Awesome Changes. I see Tata has turned things around.
    1. Plastic Aluminum trim instead of plastic Wood trim
    2. Steering wheel from Bolt instead of from Indica v2.
    I am sure Tata will now sell dozens of these every month.


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