Tata Motors is set to expand its electric vehicle lineup with the introduction of the Tata Safari EV, expected to hit the market soon. This new addition will be a three-row variant of the Harrier EV, which was showcased at the Bharat Mobility Show 2024.

Design and Aesthetics:

The Tata Safari EV will retain much of the design language from its internal combustion engine (ICE) counterpart. Although recently spotted under heavy camouflage during testing, notable features such as the front grille, connected LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs), and the headlight setup appear similar to the ICE version.

The vehicle will feature new alloy wheel designs, expected to be 19 inches in size, while the rear will continue to sport the connected LED taillights, maintaining a consistent look with the current model.

Interior and Technology:

While the interior was not visible in the spy shots, it is anticipated that the layout will mirror that of the ICE Safari, including the dashboard design and the new 4-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated Tata logo.

The Safari EV is expected to be equipped with high-tech features including a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 10.25-inch fully digital driver’s display, dual-zone air conditioning, ventilated seats for both front and rear passengers, and a panoramic sunroof.

Safety and Performance:

True to Tata’s reputation for safety, the Safari EV will likely include up to 7 airbags, a 360-degree camera with a blind spot monitor, electronic stability control (ESC), and a comprehensive suite of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).


Platform and Powertrain:

The Safari EV will utilize Tata’s Acti.EV platform, which also underpins the recently launched Punch.ev. While specific details about the battery pack and electric motor remain undisclosed, there is an expectation of a significant range, potentially around 500 kilometers on a single charge. Similar to the Harrier EV, an all-wheel-drive option may be available for the Safari EV.


Pricing and Competition:

Projected to be the most expensive electric vehicle in Tata’s lineup, the starting price for the Safari EV could be around Rs 30 lakh ex-showroom. Upon launch, it will compete against other electric vehicles in the market such as the MG ZS EV, Hyundai Kona, BYD Atto 3, and the forthcoming Maruti Suzuki eVX.

With these features and specifications, the Tata Safari EV is poised to be a compelling option for those seeking a spacious and feature-packed electric SUV.

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