The new Tata Safari speaks volumes about the aim of the manufacturer in spreading its premium SUV lineup. Equipped with a powerful engine and carrying loads of tech, the new Safari is tamer and more accessible to a luxury-seeking crowd than ever before.

As for the chassis, the stronger high-strength-steel monocoque piece means that the strength of armour added onto the Safari is likely to pose less of a problem than most other alternatives. The snug window sills and wide doors also allow for easier installation of BR glass.


  • Auxiliary supported run-flat fittings in tyres.
  • Blast Resistant Mild Steel fuel tank sheath.
  • Vehicle Battery and Engine Control Module (ECM) armour with Ballistic Steel .
  • Additional bullet catcher and large overlaps on door frames.
  • Heavy duty door hinges
  • Robust door pillars and posts with barricaded door travel retainers
  • Highly reinforced suspension to compensate supplemented weight of the vehicle.
  • Installation of Heavy-duty coil springs and heavy-duty shock absorbers.
  • Emergency Exit Door
  • Specially designed radiator protection.
  • Upgraded Brake Pads for superior performance






Kryotec 2.0L Turbocharged inline-4

Power: 125 KW @ 3750 rpm, Max Torque: 350 Nm @ 1750 rpm


6-Speed Automatic/6-Speed Manual


Front/Back: Independent Double Wishbone MacPherson Strut With Coil Springs and Stabilizer Bar/Semi-Independent Twist Blade with Panhard Rod


Ventilated disc brakes


235/70 R16 Front and Back

Dimensions (LxWxH)

4661 mm x 1894 mm x 1786 mm


2741 mm

Drive Train



CEN Level BR6