Tata Motors unveiled an all-black Tata Harrier at its Annual General Meeting this year. It will launch this dark-themed flagship SUV in India next month. Apparently, there's a lot on the styling front the company can do because of the model's outlandish design.
The all-black theme makes the Tata Harrier way more aggressive than in the standard variant. It perfectly complements the outlandish front fascia and the strong proportions of the C-SUV. The all-black Tata Harrier sports a glossy-black paint, blacked-out 17-inch alloy wheels, ORVMs and skid plates. The chrome finish on the window line remains untouched. Mimicking the exterior, the cabin gets an all-black theme. The brown upholstery seen on the regular Harrier is replaced by a black one, while the faux-wood panel on the dashboard has been replaced with a textured matte-grey panel.
Tata Motors recently rolled out various updates to enhance the driving experience of the Harrier. Also, to celebrate the 10,000 sales milestone, the company launched dual-tone colour schemes. Moreover, it has introduced sunroof as an accessory. Now, it is working on upgrading the SUV to BS-VI and introducing 170 PS 2.0L diesel engine and 6-speed automatic transmission options. The company might offer 18-inch alloy wheels also in the future, perhaps in the configurations powered by the 170 PS engine.
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The launch of the MG Hector and the Kia Seltos arriving next month should have an effect on the Tata Harrier's sales. The MG Hector is already sold-out for 2019 with 21,000 bookings in just 45 days, while the Kia Seltos has shown similar progress with 6,000 pre-bookings recorded in just one day.
[Source: Autocar India]