Dark Edition gets all-black exterior and interior, with darkened trim bits; available in the top-spec XZ variant only.
Tata has launched the much talked about Harrier Dark Edition, with prices starting at Rs 16.76 lakh for the top-spec XZ variant (ex-showroom, Delhi). This edition is priced identical to the recently launched Harrier Dual Tone.
As mentioned in a previous report, the Dark Edition features an all-black exterior with a new Atlas Black exterior paint shade, darkened bits – such as the black-finished faux skid plates and grey headlamp inserts – and black finished 17-inch alloy wheels. The model also wears a special badge on the front fender with the word ‘#Dark’.
The cabin too is an all-black affair, with the faux-wood inserts on the dashboard replaced by a new ‘Blackstone Matrix’ insert. The interior trim bits, such as the Humanity line running across the dashboard, are now finished in gunmetal grey. In terms of upholstery, the Dark Edition gets black leatherette seats and door inserts (both have contrasting grey stitching) and a perforated black leather finish on the door handles. Equipment levels are on par with the XZ variant.
As with the standard Harrier, the Dark Edition is powered by the brand’s 2.0-litre Kryotec diesel engine that is good for 140hp and 350Nm of torque – it comes paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
The Harrier will see more updates down the line – a more powerful 170hp BS6-compliant model, an automatic gearbox option and a three-row seven-seater sibling are on their way.