This performance is a testament to the quality of the skills of digital car designers. Tata Safari looks almost ready for production in this digital EV.
According to the Tata Safari digital renderings, this EV version looks almost ready for production. Since its launch, Safari has captivated the Indian audience with its bold style and strong body. The SUV showed good results in sales charts. As a brand, Tata is moving to electrification with gen-2 concept products such as Curvv and gen-3 concept products such as Avinya. As a digital car artist, SRK Designs was able to create a virtual illustration of what the electric version of Safari might look like.
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Digital view of Tata Safari EV
The main feature of this digital iteration is the electric blue theme that comes with the Nexon EV. The designer has installed a closed grid with a black piano finish on the front, with a glossy LED DRL on the side. The main headlight cluster is located on the bumper on both sides, surrounded by a housing marked in blue. The rugged nature of the SUV is preserved thanks to the silver skating rink under the bumper.
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Safari features its long, typical design with black roof rails and side skirts that complement the blue color well. The design of the alloy wheel cut with diamonds is reminiscent of an ordinary Safari. Door handles are body color, ORVM devices are black. From the front you can see the shark blade antenna and hatch. The charger appears to be plugged into a fuel outlet. Overall, the brightly colored theme and a few design elements reveal the electric nature of the SUV.
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With an IC engine, the Tata Safari comes with a 2.0-liter Kryotec diesel engine with a maximum power and torque of 170 PS and 350 Nm, respectively. Available in 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. The price of the safari in the former exhibition hall will range from 15.25 million rupees to 23.46 rupees. Direct competitors include Mahindra XUV700 and MG Hector Plus.