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Tata Motors launches Safari ‘White Gold’ & ‘Black Gold’ edition

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Tata Motors has launched two new iterations of the Tata Safari in the Indian market. The elegant Gold edition of the Tata Safari has made its debut at the VIVO IPL 2021 in the City of Gold – Dubai. The brand has announced that the Safari Gold will come with a starting price tag of INR 21.89 lakh ex-showroom. The Tata Safari Gold Edition will be available in two variants – White Gold and Black Gold.

Tata Safari Gold Edition – White Gold

The White Gold edition also comes with premium Frost White colour offering a contrast of White and Black. The White Gold edition comes with a white body and black roofline. The SUV also gets a Gold finish on the grille, headlamp cluster, door handles and roof rails. The car also comes with a Mont Blanc Marble finish mid pad and subtle golden accents adding to a unique appearance.

Tata Safari Gold Edition – Black Gold

The Tata Safari Black Gold comes with an intense Coffee Bean inspired Black exterior. The exteriors also feature golden accents on the grille, door handles, headlamp clusters and roof rails. On the inside, the Tata Safari Black Gold comes with a premium Dark Marble finish mid pad. The SUV also gets golden accented trim inside the cabin.

Tata Safari Gold Edition – Cabin Styling

The Gold edition Tata Safari comes with Oyster White Diamond Quilted Genuine leather upholstery. Both vehicles also feature Gold accents on the AC vents, instruments cluster hood, steering wheel, interior door handles and the Humanity Line. The car also offers AC vents in both the 1st, 2nd & 3rd rows, ventilated seats in the 1st & 2nd row, a wireless charger, wireless Android Auto & Apple Carplay, air purifier, etc.

Safari Gold Hit Challenge

Tata has also announced that the brand will be contributing an amount of INR 2 lakhs to The Akshaya Patra Foundation. Every time a batsman hits a six and the ball lands on either the car or the car display podium or the Safari #Gold LED commercial board, Tata will donate the money to the renowned NGO working towards COVID-19 relief in India.

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