Tata Safari Pickup Is a Great Isuzu V-Cross Alternative

The macho exterior styling of the Tata Safari lends itself well for the digital artists to develop insane renditions of the SUV.

This bold digital iteration of the Tata Safari as a pickup truck poses a great threat to the Isuzu V-Cross, at least in the digital realm. The Safari has a bold exterior and an imposing road presence. As a result, digital artists use it as a blank canvas to paint an innovative picture. This illustration puts it in the league of the Isuzu V-Cross which is a prominent lifestyle pickup truck in our market. Let us check out the details of this unique rendition.

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Digital Version of the Tata Safari Pickup Truck

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Tata Safari Pickup – An Isuzu V-Cross Alternative?

This digital edition has been designed by NStreet_Designs. The front fascia doesn’t seem all that different from the regular model. This rendition has borrowed the design theme from the dark edition version of the regular Tata Safari. The grille, skid plate, bumper and headlight background are all black. But the real differentiation is evident in the side and rear profiles. This pickup truck version of the Safari sits on massive alloy wheels with extra-wide and chunky tyres that come out of the body. There are side steps to enhance the ingress and egress characteristics.

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The tyres enable a high seating position and ground clearance to get through any sort of terrain. They also add to the overall masculinity that this iteration oozes. At the rear, there is a cargo compartment in place of the 3rd row of seating. There is a black skid plate and sporty bumper to offer that upright mean SUV demeanour. The sleek LED taillight design has been carried over from the donor model. All in all, this special virtual edition of the Safari could surely challenge the mighty Isuzu V-Cross.

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Digital Version of the Tata Safari Pickup Truck


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 15.25 lakh to Rs 23.46 lakh, ex-showroom. Do share your thoughts regarding this special digital edition of the Safari.

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