Wrapping a vehicle in a different color in India goes against the rules of the transport department. However, a ton of people still do this modification because they want to change things on their vehicles to make them look unique. When it comes to wrap colors, there are millions to choose from. However, one color in particular that is gaining a lot of popularity in India is the German carmaker Audi’s Nardo Grey. Recently, a new generation Tata Safari was wrapped in this color, and it looks pretty awesome.
India’s First Nardo Grey-Wrapped Tata Safari
The video of this particular Tata Safari, wrapped and customized, has been shared on YouTube by All in One Entertainment on their channel. It starts off with the presenter showing the entire wrapped Safari from all angles. After this, he mentions that it has been wrapped in Audi’s popular Nardo Grey color and that it is India’s first Nardo Grey Tata Safari of the new generation. The presenter adds that this is actually the base variant of the SUV.
Following the introduction, he shows the front end of the wrapped Safari. He mentions that the owner, along with the wrap, has also given attention to small details. The first thing he shows is the headlights of the vehicle and mentions that the owner has changed the factory halogen bulbs of the high and low beam with LED bulbs. Additionally, instead of the halogen fog lights, he has added projector lights to enhance the illumination on the road.
Next, the presenter also shows that the small strips underneath the headlights have also been painted in high gloss black. The main grille has been blacked out to add to the dual-tone appearance. Apart from this, the DRL on the top of the base model Safari, which comes as halogens, has been changed by the owner to LEDs. Another significant modification done to this vehicle is the addition of a 360-degree camera.
The presenter then moves to the side profile of this modified Safari. He shows the newly added 16-inch diamond-cut aftermarket alloy wheels. From the company, the Safari comes with standard street tires; however, the owner of this Safari has upgraded them to all-terrain tires. Additionally, the side and rear have just been wrapped in Nardo. The last thing he mentions on the exterior is that the roof has been wrapped in black to enhance the dual-tone color scheme of Nardo Grey and black.
Following the exterior, the vlogger opens the door of the SUV and shows that the car underneath is white in color. Next, he mentions that the owner has added new red leather seat covers. Additionally, he shows the newly added Android touchscreen infotainment system with the 360-degree camera. He also demonstrates how this aftermarket camera system works, and it can be noted that it looks pretty decent in quality.