Tata has finally launched its Kaziranga range of SUVs starting at ₹8.59 Lakh. The Kaziranga range not only brings in some cosmetic updates but also many meaningful features. The Kaziranga SUV range comprises the Nexon, Harrier, Safari, and the newly launched Punch. These special editions have been launched to contribute to the protection of the One-Horned Rhino. Also, the amount gained by selling these special edition cars will be given to the Organisation of Kaziranga Park.
In general, the Kaziranga edition cars will be offered in dual-tone Grassland Beige and piano Black roof finish. There is a new Satin Black Rhino Mascot on the front fender which makes the car feel premium in terms of look. In the interior, the dashboard has leatherette upholstery finished in dual-tone Earthy Beige and Tropical Wood. On the front headrests, there is a silhouette of two rhinos facing each other embedded and in Safari this is an addition for the 2nd-row headrests.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Rajan Amba, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Customer Care, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. said, “The shift towards SUVs is a global trend and it is the same for India. We have been riding on this trend with our New Forever range of SUVs, widely appreciated by our patrons.
In the midst of the current industry scenario coupled with the myriad of options available in the marketplace, we are happy to have emerged as the #1 SUV brand and would like to thank all our customers for trusting the brand. To make this success story forward, we are delighted to introduce the Untamed Kaziranga Edition of SUVs inspired by the rich biodiversity our country has to offer. With the symbol of Kaziranga-The Great Indian One-horned Rhino, known worldwide for its agility and power, this range reinforces the “Go-Anywhere” DNA of our true SUVs. Adding to the above, in line with the New Forever brand promise, we are diversifying our SUV portfolio for our customers and we hope that this introduction will further cement our position as the leaders in this segment.”