Tata Motors has launched 4 new versions of their popular SUVs, the Nexon, Safari, Punch and the Harrier. This edition is called the “Untamed Kaziranga Edition of SUVs”, more commonly called just the Kaziranga SUV.
The company has said that they want to honor the rich geographical and biological diversity of India’s flora and fauna through these cars, and these cars will be one of a kind. The Kaziranga is a one-horned rhino, and Tata says that naming these cars Kaziranga will promote the idea of these cars being a “Go Anywhere” type of car. The Punch Kaziranga will also be displayed at the IPL cricket tournament this year, and will be auctioned off to fans, the proceeds from which will go towards the efforts of conserving wildlife in the Kaziranga national park.
The cars will be set apart from their normal counterparts by a new “Grassland Beige” body colour and a dual-tone Piano Black roof. The interior will be adorned in an earthy beige and tropical wood colour scheme. Furthermore, the embossed outlined torso of two rhinoceroses facing each other on the front headrests, and along with it the addition of a new Satin Black Rhino Mascot on the front fender further promotes the “go anywhere” attitude. The Rhino is one of the most powerful and tough animals in the wild, and Tata seems to be doing them justice with these cars! Below is a feature list of all the cars available in the Kaziranga guide:
The Punch is adorned in the aforementioned colour scheme, and along with it has Granite Black Roof rails, Piano Black Humanity Line front grille and Jet Black 16″ Alloy wheels. This Kaziranga edition will be available in the top persona Creative MT, Creative MT-iRA, Creative AMT and Creative AMT-iRA.
The Nexon has ventilated seats for the driver and co-driver, and also an air-purifier to make the cabin safe from germs and comfortable at the same time! An electro-chromatic IRVM has been introduced in this version. The Nexon will also come in the aforementioned colour scheme and along with Granite Black Body Claddings and roof rails, Piano Black Humanity Line front grille and Jet Black 16″ Alloy wheels.
The Nexon Kaziranga edition will be available in both a Petrol & Diesel powertrain in the form of the Nexon XZ+ (P) and Nexon XZA+ (P).
The Harrier now has ventilated seats for the driver and co-driver, and also an air purifier. It will also come with a host of new connected car technologies such as Tata’s iRA Connected Car Technology, Remote Commands, Location based services, Over the Air Updates, Live vehicle Diagnostics and Gamification) along with Apple Car Play and Android Auto over WiFi. The car will also come in the aforementioned colour scheme, along with it will be Granite Black Body Claddings, Granite black front grille with Piano Black Inserts and Jet Black 17″ Alloy wheels, the Harrier, in this edition. The SUV will be available in two trims – Harrier XZ+ and Harrier XZA+.
The Safari is extremely feature-rich on its own merit, though this edition takes it up a notch. The Safari Kaziranga will sport the aforementioned colour scheme and along with it have Granite Black Body Claddings, Granite black front grille & Roof rails with Piano Black inserts and Jet Black 18″ Alloy wheels. This edition in the Safari will be available in 4 trims – XZ+ 7S, XZA+ 7S, XZ+ 6S, XZA+ 6S.