Tata Harrier Dark Edition was firstly introduced in August 2019 in the Indian market

Tata Motors has launched the 2021 Harrier Dark Edition at a starting price of Rs 18.04 Lakhs (Ex-showroom Delhi) in the country. It has been offered in three trims namely XT+, XZ+ & XZA+. Tata Harrier Dark Edition was firstly introduced in August 2019 in the Indian market with distinctive dark finishes, special blackstone matrix dashboard & premium dark upholstery. The 2021 Dark Edition comes with a few enhancements over the previous model cosmetically while the engine and gearbox choices remain the same.

The 2021 Tata Harrier Dark Edition comes in an all-new Oberon black colour with a tinge of deep blue. Riding on 18-inch Blackstone alloy wheels, it flaunts the Harrier badging on the quarter glass applique and other places in a premium Piano Black finish. The SUV is equipped with a Dark Chrome interior package as the cabin is finished in Benecke Kaliko Leatherette upholstery with special Tri-Arrow perforations and deep blue undertone. The front headrests get a special #Dark embroidery as standard. Some of the notable features in the 2021 Dark Edition include Panoramic Sunroof, Xenon HID Projector Headlamps, Terrain Response Modes, 6 Airbags, Advanced ESP with 14 Add On functionalities, 8-inch Floating Island Infotainment System with 9 JBL Speakers and Amplifier and 8 Way Adjustable Power Seats.

Underpinning the Omegarc architecture, derived from Land Rover's D8 platform, the 2021 Tata Harrier Dark Edition is powered by the same 2.0L turbocharged Kryotech diesel engine which generates top power of 167 bhp at 3750 rpm and peak torque of 350 Nm between 1750-2500 rpm. Commenting on the launch of this exclusive range, Mr. Vivek Srivatsa, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors said, “Harrier #Dark which was launched as a limited edition product initially, did extremely well and on popular customer demand became an integral part of the Harrier portfolio. It offered an exciting & unique package to the customers. We are confident that the extended dark range is equally compelling and cater to customers who are looking for bold & stylish cars this festive season.”

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