India’s First Real-Life Tata Safari GTS – This is IT

Safari has been resurrected by Tata Motors a couple of years ago in order to capitalize on the value that the moniker held for all these years in our market.

This Tata Safari in a GTS trim with red paint job looks uniquely sporty. One could feel the element of sportscars simply by looking at the attractive Carmine Red paint that has been inspired by the iconic supercar maker, Porsche. Now, Safari has enjoyed a lot of success ever since its launch although the competition in the segment has increased after the arrival of the Mahindra XUV700, which was a runaway success right from its launch last year. Let us check out the details of this red SUV.

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Tata Safari GTS Front Three Quarters

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Tata Safari GTS

The first-ever visuals of the GTS trim were rendered by sdesyn on Instagram around last year. However, it looks like a Safari owner liked the concept so much that he decided to bring the illustration to reality. In the video and even the images we have here, one can’t help but get attracted to the Tata Safari GTS Concept finished in Carmine Red paint shade with black elements accentuating its adventurous characteristics. At the front, the red bumper engrossed in between the all-black grille oozes an attractive demeanour, the Tata logo has been de-chromed along with other elements on the exterior. The main headlamps are placed on the bumper within a black housing, while the LED DRLs are positioned on the top of the bonnet. There seems to be some extra black garnish around the front windshield too.

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At the rear, one can’t help but notice the black inserts around the D pillar that extend toward the roof and merges with the black roof lending the Tata Safari GTS that dual-tone finish. Apart from that, the black glass panel surrounding the rear windshield is quite desirable too. The bumper has been painted red and the overall paint complements the large black alloy wheels perfectly. The black side pillars accentuate the side profile massively.

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The regular Tata Safari comes with the 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine making 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. There is the option of either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The prices of the Safari range from Rs 15.35 lakh to Rs 23.56 lakh, ex-showroom. The facelifted version of the Tata Safari has also been spotted recently indicating that the launch might be nearing. Until then, enjoy this unique version of the 7-seat SUV.

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