Tata has launched new Kaziranga Editions for its whole SUV line-up from the Punch to the Safari. These new editions achieve exterior and inside modifications with some new options over the usual fashions.
Coming to the costs, the Kaziranga Edition of the Punch relies on the top-spec Creative trim and begins at ₹ 8.59 lakh. The Kaziranga Editions of the Nexon, Harrier and Safari are, in the meantime, primarily based on the XZ+ variants, and are priced from ₹ 11.79 lakh, ₹ 20.41 lakh and ₹ 21 lakh (all costs, ex-showroom), respectively.
On the outside, the Kaziranga Edition SUVs come completed in an unique Grassland Beige paint shade with contrasting blacked-out remedy for the roof, wheels, wing mirrors and different chrome bits. The SUVs additionally get a blacked-out rhino motif on their entrance fender and particular door scuff plates with ‘Kaziranga’ lettering on it. The rhino motif can also be current on the rear windscreens.
Inside, the SUVs include dual-tone schemes with Earthy Beige leatherette upholstery and an all-black dashboard. The Nexon, Harrier and Safari get wooden trims within the heart of the dashboard, whereas the Punch will get an earthy beige tri-Arrow end. The door pads and seat upholstery additionally get the dual-tone black and bronze remedy, with the entrance seat headrests that includes a silhouette of the one-horned rhinoceros.
In phrases of options, the Punch good points Tata’s iRA linked automobile tech and an air air purifier, whereas the Nexon good points ventilated entrance seats, air air purifier and auto-dimming IRVM. The Harrier and Safari additionally achieve an air air purifier, iRA linked automobile tech, wi-fi Android Auto and Apple CarPlay help together with ventilated entrance seats. The Safari, moreover, additionally will get ventilated second row seats, much like the Gold Edition fashions.
The Kaziranga Edition is just a beauty job and therefore all SUVs stay mechanically unchanged.