I like the digital renditions of prominent automobiles and this Tata Safari Devil Edition is a major latest example of it. Digital artists have a knack for creating enticing iterations of various cars. I have been reporting such unique illustrations for a long time now. The talent these automobile designers possess is quite commendable. The main attraction of virtual renditions is the fact that they are not bound by physical limitations. Hence, the creativity of the artist is on full display. Let us take a look at the details of this latest avatar.
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Tata Safari Devil Edition
This digital concept comes from bagrawala_designs on Instagram. I find it very intriguing that this model is based on the pre-facelift version of the Safari. At the front, there is a red LED light strip running across the bonnet, a grille with a honeycomb pattern, a black hood, red elements above the headlamps, a large radiator grille, a massive bumper with a gigantic splitter and more. This makes the front fascia extremely aggressive. In fact, the wide-body appearance becomes visible even from the front profile.
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I specifically like the rear section. There is a green/blue LED light strip running across the width of the tailgate, there is a massive roof spoiler, a gargantuan rear bumper with a skid plate and diffuser and a wide body stance with wheel arches which extend way out of the body of the SUV. These elements are certainly not what you see in your daily life. But that is the beauty of such renditions and digital artists. All in all, this Devil Edition of the Tata Safari definitely gets things right as per its name.
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Both the Harrier and Safari have retained their existing powertrains, continuing to utilize the well-known 2.0-litre Kryotec turbo diesel engine sourced from Fiat. This engine delivers a robust performance, providing 170 PS of power and 350 Nm of peak torque. To match your preference, you can opt for either a 6-speed manual transmission or a torque converter automatic transmission. In addition to their transmission options, these SUVs come equipped with terrain response capabilities, various drive modes, and ADAS active safety functions. Notably, a turbo petrol engine is currently in development. The price range for these models spans from Rs 16.19 lakh to Rs 27.34 lakh, ex-showroom.
|2.0-litre Turbo Diesel
|6MT / AT
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