Tata Safari now has five new amazing features, Check details
The 2023 Safari’s look has been updated, but Tata Motors has also added new, crucial functions to the SUV. On October 17th, Tata Motors will unveil the upgraded Safari. The Indian automaker has loaded the 2023 Safari with industry-leading features while simultaneously raising the level of safety. We quickly review the new functions.
Amazing feature: 10.25-inch instrument cluster
The outdated 7-inch driving console has been replaced by a 10.25-inch, all-digital unit by Tata Motors. The redesigned instrument cluster displays useful data including a navigation display and a tire pressure monitor. Depending on the kind of information the person at the wheel needs, the display may be further adjusted.
Amazing feature: 12.30-inch infotainment system
The Safari boasts a wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen with a 12.30-inch high-definition display, a 360-degree camera, and a 10-speaker Harman audio system with several audio settings. The new system includes four alternative voice command systems: Tata’s proprietary system, Apple Siri, Google Command, and Alexa. More than 250 voice commands in six languages are supported by the SUV.
Amazing feature: Ventilated second row
The 2023 Safari now has ventilated seats for both the front and second rows, taking a cue from the special editions Dark and Gold. Although the new Safari is available with either six or seven seats, the ventilated function is only accessible on the previous captain seats. This feature is accessible starting with the Accomplished variant, and its usefulness is obvious.
Amazing feature: Powered tailgate
For those who swear on retail therapy, there is good news. The ease with which the tailgate opens up is an important convenience. The motorized tailgate on the Safari comes with gesture control, and opening it only requires a quick leg flick beneath the bumper, making it genuinely hands-free. The key fob, the boot button, and a touch button on the center console are the other three methods for opening the boot.
Amazing feature : 7 airbags and updated ADAS
The Safari has six airbags as standard throughout the board, but starting with the Accomplished level, the SUV has a seventh airbag to protect the driver’s knee. The ADAS package, which is available on the Accomplished+ and Accomplished+ Dark versions but not the six-seater Safari, has been upgraded by Tata Motors. There are now 11 capabilities available in the ADAS package, including new adaptive cruise control.