The Tata Harrier Camo Edition has just been launched, priced from Rs 16.50-20.30 lakh. This is very similar to the already available Harrier Dark Edition, which has various cosmetic changes with no mechanical updates.
- The Harrier Camo Edition is available in 6 trims
- It remains mechanically unchanged and uses the same 170hp, 2.0-litre diesel engine
- The features remain the same as the corresponding trims standard version
|2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition Price (ex-showroom, India)|
|Variant||Camo Edition Price||Standard Price||Difference|
|XT||Rs 16.50 lakh||Rs 16.40 lakh||+ Rs 10,000|
|XT+||Rs 17.30 lakh||Rs 17.20 lakh||+ Rs 10,000|
|XZ||Rs 17.85 lakh||Rs 17.65 lakh||+ Rs 20,000|
|XZ+||Rs 19.10 lakh||Rs 18.90 lakh||+ Rs 20,000|
|XZA||Rs 19.15 lakh||Rs 18.95 lakh||+ Rs 20,000|
|XZA+||Rs 20.30 lakh||Rs 20.00 lakh||+ Rs 30,000|
Tata is only offering the new Camo Edition on select trims, specifically all above the XT. The cost difference for the updated styling is between Rs 10,000-30,000 over the standard trim counterparts. This is very similar to the increase seen in the Dark Edition trims over the standard ones.
The carmaker is also offering two accessory packages – Camo Stealth and Camo Stealth+ with their prices being Rs 27,000 and Rs 50,000, respectively.
2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition design
In terms of styling, the most noticeable change is the new Camo Green paint shade that the Harrier is finished in. While the green paint shade is new to the Harrier, it is visually quite similar to the Foliage Green shade available on the smaller Nexon SUV.
Additionally, a number of chrome highlights have been blacked out. These include the lower part of the grille, the headlight surrounds, the side skirts, the lower section of the glass house and the strip below the tailgate. The alloy wheels are also finished in black.
With the accessory package, owners will get Harrier lettering on the bonnet, a side step, front parking sensors and special Camo decals on the roof, hood and doors.
2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition interior
The interiors too have received an update and now sport an all-black theme, just like the Dark Edition. This means it now has black leatherette seats though with contrast Camo Green stitching, as well as a ‘Blackstone Matrix’ trim on the dash, instead of the standard faux-wood inserts.
On the interior, the accessory package adds 3D moulded floor and trunk mats, new OMEGARC scuff plates, sunshades and a forest camo themed back seat organiser.
2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition features
As we have seen in the past with the Dark Edition models, Tata has made no change to the features list of the Camo Edition Harrier when compared to its regular counterparts.
This means that the XT gets automatic projector headlights, LED DRLs, 17-inch alloy wheels, a 7.0-inch touchscreen Infotainment system with 6 speakers, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, steering-mounted audio controls, push-button start, automatic climate control and wipers. The XT+ adds in a panoramic sunroof.
The XZ trim gets HID Xenon projector headlights, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob, a nine-speaker JLB sound system, a larger 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 7.0-inch digital display in the instrument cluster, and 60:40 split-folding rear seats. Here as well, the ‘+’ model (XZ+) adds a panoramic sunroof.
2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition engine
Tata has made no mechanical changes to the Harrier Camo edition; hence, it continues to use the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel engine producing 170hp and 350Nm of torque. It can be had with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
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Tata Motors future plans
As we had previously reported, Tata Motors has filed for a number of Camo Edition and Dark Edition trademarks for multiple models. Besides this, Tata is also working on its Gravitas flagship SUV, as well as a micro-SUV it previewed with the HBX concept at the 2020 Auto Expo. Also, in development is the Altroz EV – an all-electric version of the its premium hatchback.