Tata Motors today launched the exclusive Tata Safari Gold edition at a starting price of Rs 21.90 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The new Safari Gold edition is out there in alloy and Black Gold colour options. The exclusive edition of the SUV are going to be on display during the IPL games in Dubai.

The Tata Safari alloy springs from Frost White colour. It gets a black roof for the dual-tone exterior look and Mont Blanc marble finish mid pad with golden accents inside the cabin. The Tata Safari Black Gold has coffee bean-inspired black exterior with golden accents, while the cabin has dark marble finish mid pad with golden accents.

The new Safari Gold edition employs an equivalent Kryotec 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel that’s available with other variants of the SUV. The engine develops 170PS of maximum power and 350Nm of peak torque, and may be paired either with a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT torque convert.

Further accentuating the Tata Safari Gold edition’s cabin are features like Oyster White Diamond quilted genuine leather seats, ventilated seats in first and second rows, wireless charger, air purifier, and Android Auto and Apple Carplay over Wifi. The vehicle sits on 18-inch Charcoal Black alloy wheels.

Tata Safari Gold Price

While the Tata Safari Gold MT is priced at Rs 21.90 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), the Tata Safari Gold AT goes to line you back by Rs 23.18 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi)

Tata Safari Gold 2021: Competition 

Just like the quality Safari, the Gold edition model will compete with the likes of the MG Hector Plus and therefore the new Mahindra XUV700.

Below is the Tata Safari Gold Edition price list –

VariantPrice
XZ+ Gold MTRs. 21,89,900/-
XZ+ Gold 6-seater MTRs. 21,89,900/-
XZA+ Gold ATRs. 23,17,900/-
XZA+ Gold 6-seater ATRs. 23,17,900/-

TRENDING UPDATES

One lakh units production milestone for the Tata Altroz

One hundred thousand units of the Altroz hatchback are factory-made at the brand’s manufacturing plant in Pune. The landmark has been achieved among twenty months of the car’s launch in India.Notably, the Altroz recorded its most sales of seven,550 units in March 2021 and is marketing half dozen,000 units on a median per month in FY22.Tata Altroz is hopped-up by a BS6-compliant one.5-liter diesel that creates eighty eight.7hp/200Nm, a 1.2-liter gasolene mill that generates eighty four.8hp/113Nm, and a […]

Ola Electric S1 Vs Hero Electric Photon comparison

Ola has got to do battle on its home turf, the most important two-wheeler market within the world. during a highly fragmented EV industry, Ola are going to be competing with legacy players like Bajaj Auto, TVS Motor, and Hero Electric, also as new-age start ups like Ather Energy, Okinawa Autotech, […]

Toyota Yaris Sedan Discontinued in India from 27 Sep. 21

Toyota has announced to discontinue its Yaris mid-size sedan in India with effect from 27th Sep 2021. Launched in 2018 then updated in 2019, Toyota Yaris will now get replaced with the Suzuki made rebadged Ciaz, reportedly being called Belta. this may be third vehicle under the Suzuki-Toyota global agreement on […]

Leave a Reply