Tata Safari and Harrier Garner Impressive 5-Star Rating in Global NCAP Crash Test

The latest Tata Safari and Harrier have achieved a 5-star rating in the GNCAP crash test. These two SUVs have garnered an impressive score of 33.05 out of 34 in the adult occupant protection evaluation. In the child occupant protection category, they have secured an admirable 45 out of 49 points.

These SUVs boast a dual-zone climate control system that can be effortlessly controlled through voice commands. The central console is now equipped with a convenient dial for selecting various drive modes, as well as an electric parking brake switch.


Safety has always been a hallmark of Tata vehicles, and the new Harrier and Safari are no exception. These facelifted models come equipped with a robust safety system, including the provision of seven airbags. Both models feature connected LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and tail lamps similar to the ones found in the latest Nexon model.

The front grille has also undergone an update, further complemented by an air dam and a sleek black skid plate.

2023 Tata Harrier

The new Harrier facelift offers a modern 4-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo. It is equipped with a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a 10.25-inch digital driver display, providing a futuristic driving experience. At the front end, it features a parametric grille, accompanied by a split headlight setup with BI-LED headlights and end-to-end connected LED DRLs. Additionally, the Harrier now sports 18-inch alloy wheels.

The Harrier also showcases a redesigned layout for its HVAC controls, featuring a touch-based climate control panel reminiscent of the one found in the Tata Nexon.

2023 Tata Safari

The Safari boasts 19-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. Inside, it features a 4-spoke steering wheel with Tata’s illuminated logo. The cabin houses a 12.3-inch touchscreen, a touch-based infotainment system, a climate control system, and a 10.25-inch digital driver display.