Tata Motors is all set to place the Camo Edition of the Harrier SUV in showrooms. The Camo Edition is nothing but a new CAMO Green paint scheme which is similar to the Foliage Green shade we see on the Tata Nexon. The Tata Harrier Camo Edition will go on sale in this week or the coming week with deliveries expected during the festive season. The 2020 Tata Harrier Camo Edition will be launched in a total of 6 variants – XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+, XZA & XZA+. The entry level XE & XM variants will not be available with this Camo Edition.
Dealers are now going to be placing orders for this new Tata Harrier Camo Edition. One key highlight to note here is that even the alloy wheel is painted in green and there is minimum use of chrome on the model similar to the Harrier Dark edition. In terms of looks, the new Camo Edition surely looks good and should easily find buyers who love this shade of green which tries to look like a military-spec colour. Changes on the inside are unknown at the moment, if this model will make use of the same green for the interior upholstery as seen in the Dark Edition.
In its BS6 avatar, the Tata Harrier is powered by a 2.0L, turbocharged, 4-cylinder, Kryotec diesel engine producing 170 PS of power @ 3750 RPM and 350 Nm of torque @ 1750-2500 RPM matched to a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox. The Camo Edition will be available in both manual and automatic gearbox options. As per the variants mentioned, we expect no other mechanical changes on this special edition version compared to the standard car.
The Harrier SUV comes with features such as 17″ alloy wheels, sharkfin antenna, LED DRLs, xenon HID projector fog lamps, panoramic sunroof, soft touch dashboard layer, leather wrapped gear knob & steering, 9-speaker JBL sound system, 7″ colour TFT instrument cluster display, 8.8″ floating touchscreen infotainment, automatic climate control, power adjustable driver seat, cruise control, engine start / stop button, etc.
While the Tata Harrier gets this new Camo Edition for the 2020 festive season, potential SUV buyers are also waiting for the 7-seater Gravitas SUV which is an extended version of the Harrier showcased at the Auto Expo earlier this year. That bigger & more spacious SUV is also slated for a debut in the coming weeks and will increase the SUV portfolio for Tata Motors while being on sale alongside the Harrier.