Tata To Offer Dark Edition Across All Models Soon?
Published On Sep 09, 2020 06:15 PM By Sonny
New trademark registrations reveal special edition variants for all Tata models
Tata has applied to register the trademarks for new Dark and Camo editions for various models.
The new special editions could be limited to cosmetic features and are unlikely to get any mechanical or feature upgrades.
Harrier already comes with Dark edition as an all-black exterior package for the high-spec XZ and XZ+ variants.
The trademark applications included Gravitas as well, which is expected to launch soon.
The new special edition variants will likely be launched during the upcoming festive season.
It’s common practice for carmakers to introduce new cosmetic special editions around the festive season and Tata is one to do it quite often. This time we found out about them in advance thanks to various trademark registrations for the names of the upcoming special edition variants.
These trademark applications reveal that we can expect two types of special editions - Dark and Camo. We’ve already seen the Harrier Dark edition, which is simply a blacked-out visual specification offered with the high-spec XZ and XZ+ variants. The same cosmetic treatment could soon be offered on the rest of Tata’s lineup including the upcoming Gravitas. None of the Tata models are available with a black exterior paint option as standard.
The Camo edition is new and going by its name, it’ll likely be some form of camouflage design. It’ll be interesting to see what theme of colours the Camo edition will feature. The Camo special edition might be offered on mid-spec variants since the Dark edition will likely be limited to the top-spec variants. None of these special editions are expected to feature any mechanical or feature upgrades.
Tata is expected to launch the Gravitas, the three-row version of the Harrier, in time for the festive season and it seems the flagship model could arrive with Dark and Camo editions as well. The carmaker recently introduced new mid-spec variants for Nexon and Harrier that make the sunroof feature more accessible at lower prices. In the Harrier, the Dark Edition adds a premium of Rs 20,000 on the variant it is based on, so expect a similar premium for the new special editions of other Tata models.
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