Finally, after being under wraps for a long time, Tata Motors has unveiled the all-new 2023 Harrier facelift. The company has gone above and beyond to make the Harrier the most technologically advanced and unique-looking SUV in the mid-size SUV segment. From the exterior design to interior features, the 2023 Harrier facelift has been fully loaded. Recently, showing off the differences and highlighting all the features of all the variants of this model, Tata Motors has released Harrier’s video brochure.
The video shows all five variants of the new 2023 Harrier facelift. This time, like the Nexon facelift, the company has ditched the old variant nomenclature, and it will now come in five main variants – Fearless, Adventure, Pure, Smart, and Dark. In the new video brochure of the SUV released by Tata Motors, it has shown the highlights of all these models. This is probably one of the only few times that an automaker has shown even the base spec of its vehicle directly.
Harrier facelift Fearless
This newly launched video brochure first starts off with highlights of the Fearless variant of the Harrier facelift. The video first shows the updated exterior design of the SUV, which has now been made extremely modern and futuristic. The front features a brand new grille with individual rectangular elements that come finished in chrome. The front also gets an updated split headlamp design.
This time around, the top LED DRLs have been connected. The lower main LED headlights have now also been housed inside a trapezoidal-shaped housing. The front bumper has been changed a lot as well, with a massive skid plate on the bottom. The lower front grille also utilizes the same individual elements and is now much larger than before.
Next up, coming to highlights of the new Harrier facelift’s Fearless variant. The company is offering this top-of-the-line variant with 18-inch alloy wheels with a tire pressure monitoring system, connected LED DRLs, powered tailgate with gesture control, powered driver front seat, winged headrests, and ventilated leatherette driver seat.
The Fearless variant also gets the newly designed four-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated Tata logo, 31.24 cm touchscreen infotainment system, a yellow-colored middle portion on the dashboard, dual-zone automatic climate control system, 10 JBL speakers, smart “e” shifter, bejeweled rotary dial for drive mode selection. It also comes with ADAS that offers the feature of emergency braking along with others.
Harrier facelift Adventure
After the Fearless variant, the video shows the second top variant, the Adventure. The Adventure variant from the outside looks very similar to the Fearless variant; however, it gets a diamond-cut alloy wheel design instead of the blacked-out design of the Fearless. Next up, it shows the interior of the SUV, and it can be noted that this one comes finished in all-black leatherette upholstery. This variant misses out on ventilated front seats. It gets an e-brake button along with ESP and wireless charging. It also gets paddle shifters, voice commands, and a panoramic sunroof.
Harrier facelift Pure
Next up, the video brochure shows the Pure variant of the new Harrier facelift. It starts off with the exterior where the differences can be noted. The Pure variant misses out on the chrome front grille elements; instead, it gets a blacked-out grille. It also misses out on newer and bigger alloy wheels and, in place of those, it gets the same alloy wheels as the lower trim 17-inch silver alloy wheels from the outgoing model. On the inside, the major difference is the infotainment system, which is smaller than the top-spec variants. However, it still gets wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto.
Harrier facelift Smart
Following the Pure variant, the Harrier facelift video shows the base Smart trim of the SUV. This variant also gets the same exterior design as the Pure variant and comes equipped with the same 17-inch silver alloy wheels. On the inside, it misses out on a screen but gets the same overall layout. It also does not get the leatherette upholstery and gets standard fabric upholstery instead. The rear seats offer a 60:40 split.
Harrier facelift Dark Edition
Lastly, the video shows the Tata Harrier facelift’s Dark Edition model. On the outside, this variant gets the all-black design with #Dark badging all around. This variant’s highlight is that it gets the biggest alloy wheels, which measure 19 inches and boast a completely different design. On the inside, it gets all the same features as the Fearless variant but on top of it, it also gets a powered co-driver seat along with ventilation. It also gets the panoramic sunroof with mood lighting.