Tata Harrier Dark Edition official pictures leaked ahead of launch

21/08/2019 - 12:36 | ,   | Prashant Singh

Tata Motors previously showcased the Dark Edition of the Harrier at its Annual General Meeting, and the same is said to be headed for a launch later this month. In a new development, the upcoming model's official images have leaked online along with some fresh details.

Tata Harrier Dark Edition 1
So far, the Tata Harrier has been available in Calisto Copper, Thermisto Gold, Ariel Silver, Telesto Grey and Orcus White colours. 

The all-black treatment has certainly made the Tata Harrier look more aggressive than the regular variant. The dark theme complements the Harrier's somewhat futuristic front fascia and contributes towards making the SUV look even bolder. The new model even gets R17 Blackstone alloys, special 'Dark' badging on the left side body, Atlas Black door handles, grey headlamp bezels, and Blackstone front and rear skid plates.

As revealed previously, the cabin mimics the exteriors as it gets an all-black theme. A black upholstery takes place of the brown one found on the standard model. Also, the faux-wood panel found on the dashboard of the regular version has been replaced with a textured matte-grey trim.  The Tata Harrier Dark Edition will be sold exclusively in XT and XZ trims.

The company has even introduced various service-level updates on the Harrier to enhance the performance of its flagship SUV. Furthermore, Tata Motors recently launched dual-tone colour schemes in celebration the 10,000 sales milestone of the Harrier. Moreover, the official accessories list for the Harrier has been updated with the option of an electric sunroof.

Tata Harrier Dark Edition
The Tata Harrier Dark Edition will be made available in XT and XZ trims.

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Soon, the SUV will even receive a BSVI-compliant version of its current 2.0-litre diesel mill. The updated motor will output 170 PS. The Tata Harrier might even receive 18-inch rims. The company has been rolling out these updates in order to keep the Harrier competitive in a segment that has witnessed a lot of action due to the entry of the Kia Seltos and the MG Hector. Speaking of these rivals, while the former has already raked in around 28,000 bookings ahead of its launch, the latter stands sold out for 2019.

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