28th Tata Motors is set to launch six new SUVs in the next six months, including the highly anticipated Safari facelift.

Tata Motors is gearing up to launch an impressive lineup of six new SUVs in the next six months, and one of the most anticipated releases is the refreshed Tata Safari. Expected to hit the Indian market later this year, the updated Safari has updated interior and features.

According to RushLane, the SUV's dashboard has undergone a significant revamp. It now features a new four-spoke steering wheel with an integrated display, an all-digital instrument cluster, a large free-standing touchscreen infotainment system, and a refreshing new color theme. The center console sports full-touch capacitive buttons and two knobs for the HVAC controls, resembling a design seen in a recently leaked patent. Notably, there is also a new Land Rover-inspired gear knob with a drive-mode selector rotary dial in front.

When it comes to features, the new Safari facelift is expected to be fully loaded with advanced amenities. This includes automatic dual-zone climate control, cruise control, auto day/night inside rearview mirror (IRVM), a 360-degree surround camera, and Level 2 ADAS tech (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems). The Level 2 ADAS technology offers enhanced safety and driving assistance capabilities. Additionally, the SUV will have multi-color ambient lighting and retain popular features from the outgoing version, such as ventilated front seats, a powered driver seat, a panoramic sunroof, a wireless charger, keyless entry, an electronic parking brake with auto hold, and a start/stop button.

Not only will the cabin receive significant updates, but the exterior of the updated Safari will also see revisions. These changes include a tweaked front grille, an LED light bar, new front and rear bumpers, sleeker LED headlamps, new alloy wheels, and a connected tail lamp design. The overall improvements are expected to make the Tata Safari facelift an exciting offering in the SUV market.

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