So far, Global NCAP has done crash tests of many cars sold in the Indian market. Now the latest information is coming out that Global NCAP is going to crash test the indigenous car manufacturer Tata Motors’s Tata Safari and Tata Harrier.
Information is coming out that both these SUVs will be crash tested by Global NCAP this year. Tata Motors Global is believed to be making changes to its production line ahead of the NCAP tests. It is being said that the company may also update them for the existing cars and their crash ratings.
For your information, let us tell you that Global NCAP has evaluated the entire product lineup of Tata Motors except Tata Safari and Tata Harrier. Let us tell you that recently Global NCAP has also given 5-star safety rating to Tata Punch.
However, the Tata Nexon was the first car from the company to get a 5-star safety rating. Apart from this, talking about the company’s hatchback portfolio, Tata Altroz has been given a 5-star safety rating and in addition, the Tata Tiago has been given a 4-star safety rating.
Apart from this, the Tata Tigor EV and Tata Tigor with ICE engine, the electric car present in the company’s portfolio, have also been given a 4-star safety rating. Now it remains to be seen how much safety rating is given to Tata Safari and Tata Harrier by Global NCAP.
Let us tell you that recently Tata Motors has launched special Kaziranga Edition of Tata Nexon, Tata Punch, Tata Harrier and Tata Safari in its popular SUV range. This is a special edition inspired by Kaziranga and the proceeds from the auction of the Tata Punch Kaziranga Edition will be used to protect the Rhinoceros.
The Tata Kaziranga Edition has been brought to the Grassland Beige color scheme and the rhinoceros logo is visible at many places, both on the exterior and interior. The company had already started the registration for Panch Kaziranga on its website. The price of Tata Kaziranga Edition has also been revealed.
Talking about their price, Tata Kaziranga Punch is priced at Rs 8.58 lakh, Tata Kaziranga Nexon Petrol Rs 11.78 lakh, Tata Kaziranga Nexon Diesel Rs 13.08 lakh, Tata Kaziranga Harrier Rs 20.40 lakh and Tata Kaziranga Safari Rs 20.99 lakh (ex- Showroom) priced at Rs.
The black colored alloy wheels, badge and dechromed elements look good with this colour. Talking about the interiors, the Kaziranga Edition SUV gets a black dashboard with contrasting beige touches on the seats and door pads. The front seat headrest has a raised silhouette of a one-horned rhinoceros.
The center trim on the dashboard of the Tata Punch is finished in beige, while the others have been kept in wooden trim. The Tata Nexon, which is currently the best-selling compact SUV from the carmaker, has been specially equipped with ventilated seats. The inner upholstery of the Tata Nexon Kaziranga Edition will feature premium Beneque Calico dual-tone earthy beige leatherette.