At the 2023 Auto Expo, the Harrier Dark Red Edition was the first vehicle with these features.
The MY23 Tata Harrier has been introduced in India, with starting prices of Rs 15 lakh (ex-showroom). Despite there being seven versions and five color options for the diesel engine, only one diesel engine is offered with both automatic and manual transmissions.
This upgrade has been the most significant one since the Harrier range was introduced in 2019. The Harrier 2023 now has a sizable number of features that consumers have grown accustomed to seeing. At the Auto Expo 2023, the Harrier Dark Red Edition was the first car with these features.
Starting with the MY22 Harrier, a similar OS was used to run the 8.0-inch entertainment system in all Tata vehicles. Although it lagged behind its rivals, it got wireless connectivity in 2020 and phone mirroring a year later. With a 10.24-inch screen and a new OS with an easier-to-use UI, this new display is a display.
Tata has finally updated the Harrier’s infotainment system and installed a 360-degree camera setup. Only available with the top-spec XZ+/XZA+ models, it allows a variety of perspectives of the vehicle due to the SUV’s size. We’ll be able to describe how the car is used in practice once we’ve had a chance to drive it.
For a long time, the Tata Harrier’s instrument cluster was created using analog clocks, with a full-color MID in the center. The MY23 update includes a full-digital cluster with a circular layout for the various gauges. The cluster also receives music data and navigation compatibility.
Tata has integrated ADAS functionality for the first time in the TATA Harrier 2023 and TATA Safari 2023 models. The cars have Level 1 ADAS, which includes functions like front collision warning, high beam assist, traffic signal recognition, and lane change alert. It can only be used with the XZA+(O) variant.