Harrier has been a prominent product in the segment but an updated version has been due for a long time now.
The 2023 iteration of the Tata Harrier will come equipped with ADAS functions. Harrier made quite an impact on the Indian automobile market in 2019 when it was first launched. It is fair to say that the industry has not been the same ever since. There are other products like the Mahindra XUV700, the new Scorpio, and MG Hector to ruin the party for the Harrier. That is the reason why it needs an update and a touch of modernization in order to stay in the game.
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2023 Tata Harrier with ADAS Functions?
There are many reports floating on the internet about the fact that the upcoming version of the Harrier will come powered by ADAS functions. It has, sort of, become the norm in the segment. In fact, products like the MG Astor already offer Level 2 ADAS functions and are priced significantly lower than the Harrier. Therefore, it is only natural that Tata Motors doesn’t fall out of the race. In the recent spied images, a radar was seen at the front grille of the SUV. It signifies the presence of ADAS functions.
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In addition to that, there have been numerous complaints from the owners to update the infotainment system and software in the current model. It doesn’t look upmarket at all. We might finally see and bigger and sleeker version of the Touchscreen Display along with better Connected Car Tech features in the facelifted version. There might be the inclusion of some key features to enhance the overall appeal of cabin comfort.
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The current version of the Tata Harrier comes powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine that belts out 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The transmission duties are carried out by either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The prices of the Safari range between Rs 14.70 lakh and Rs 22.20 lakh, ex-showroom. We might also witness the facelift version of the Safari, which is essentially the 7-seat version of the Harrier. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Harrier facelift?