The official escort of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath comprises of Tata Safari Storme SUVs. We know that our politicians have an incredible car collection which also includes the official convoy. During the time they are serving a position in politics, they get the highest level of security and an entourage which follows them everywhere they go. This is a perfect example of one such instance. Let us dive into the details of this event.
Yogi Adityanath’s Escort Has Tata Safari Storme SUVs
This post comes from autojournal_india on Instagram. The visuals capture a rather common occurrence in the political parlance. Any prominent CM of any state would often travel with such a convoy. What is interesting to witness is the fact that all the SUVs in this fleet are Tata Safari Storme. This was the last-gen model of the iconic Safari. Many politicians still use this SUV due to its rugged nature and tough build quality. People have been using this Safari for a multitude of applications due to its reliability and hardcore strength. In fact, some politicians also used the bulletproof version of the SUV.
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Tata Safari Storme
Safari has been an iconic moniker in the Indian automobile industry for decades now. In the current avatar, the Safari assumes the 7-seat version of the Harrier. However, prior to that, Safari had its own identity. In fact, that is the reason why Tata Motors decided to name the 7-seat variant of the Harrier, Safari. Back in the day, it used to come powered by a 2.2-litre turbo diesel engine which produced a decent 154 hp and 400 Nm of peak power and torque. The transmission duties were carried out by a 6-speed manual transmission. In the higher variants, there was a 4×4 configuration to ensure immense off-roading capabilities.
Tata Safari (last-gen models) has been a pivotal product in the Indian automobile market. It was an aspirational SUV for a whole lot of buyers back in the day. While the original model had to be discontinued as stricter emission and safety regulations came into existence, the existing Safari is carrying the mantle quite convincingly. Sure, the competition in the segment has grown significantly and there are many new players in this space, but the charm of the Safari nameplate still lives on.
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