Tata Dark edition family grows with the addition of the Altroz, Nexon and Nexon EV
Tata Motors wants you to embrace the dark side, and the addition of the Altroz, Nexon, and Nexon EV to the Tata Dark range seems to prove just that. The Dark edition, which was first seen on the Harrier has gained a good fan-following on social media, and been quite successful in the market as well, which may have influenced Tata to introduce it on the Altroz, Nexon, and the Nexon EV. The Dark edition of the Harrier has also received some upgrades to keep it relevant and fresh. The Dark models will receive a tyre puncture repair kit, and also command a slight premium over their regular variants.
Tata Altroz Dark
The Altroz has always been a good-looking car, and this blacked-out theme may have just added that X-factor to its appearance. The Altroz Dark receives a Cosmo Black body paint with 16-inch alloy wheels finished in dark tint, and dark chrome across the hood. The interiors of the Altroz get a Granite Black theme and leatherette upholstery on the seats with deep blue tri-arrow perforations and blue deco stitching.
Speaking of equipment on offer, the Altroz Dark will be available in the range-topping XZ+ petrol variant, which means you get all the goodies like cruise control, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, connected car features, Harman touchscreen infotainment system, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, rear A/C vents, steering-mounted controls and Xpress cool among many others. The Altroz Dark costs Rs 8.71 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), about Rs 30,000 more than the non-Dark edition variant.
Tata Nexon Dark Edition
The Nexon has been an immensely successful product for Tata in recent years. The Nexon Dark gets an Atlas Black body paint with Sonic Silver highlights and matte Granite Black cladding. The 16-inch alloy wheels are finished in a shade of Charcoal Black, while the interiors receive special Dark treatment with leatherette upholstery and tri-arrow perforations on the seats and door trims. The front headrests receive Dark embroidery and the dashboard gets a premium tri-arrow design.
The Nexon Dark comes equipped with features such as cruise control, electric sunroof, electronic stability program (ESP), a 7-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system, connected car features, 8-speaker Harman sound system, climate control, a cooled glovebox, and a whole lot more.
Tata Nexon EV Dark
The Nexon EV Dark differs from the ICE powered Nexon Dark with a Midnight Black exterior paint and blue highlights to signify the presence of the electric powertrain. It also gets a Charcoal Grey treatment on the 16-inch alloy wheels compared to the ICE powered Nexon Dark. The interiors follow the same Dark treatment with a gloss piano black finish on the dashboard, and dark leatherette upholstery with tri-arrow perforation on the door trims. The steering wheel is wrapped in leatherette upholstery as well, with blue highlight stitching. A major highlight is the 60:40 split rear seat and adjustable rear headrests which is a standard feature on the XZ+ Lux variant.
The Nexon EV Dark is available in the XZ+, and the XZ+ Lux variants, and prices start at Rs 15.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), demanding almost Rs 45,000 more than the regular variant of the EV.
Tata Harrier Dark
The Harrier Dark was launched back in 2019, and has now received some upgrades. The updated Harrier Dark receives an Oberon Black exterior paint with a tinge of Deep Blue instead of the Atlas Black that was available previously. It also sports bigger 18-inch Blackstone alloy wheels. The interiors are finished in Benecke Kaliko leatherette upholstery with tri-arrow perforation and deep blue undertones
The Harrier Dark will be available in XZ+ and XZA+ variants, which means you get equipment like Xenon HID projector lamps with automatic function, rain-sensing wipers, advanced ESP, Terrain Response modes, an 8-inch floating infotainment system, 9-speaker JBL sound system with an amplifier, auto-dimming IRVMs, multiple airbags, and many more features. The Harrier Dark will set you back by Rs 18.04 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), a sum that’s about Rs 35,000 more than the regular Harrier.