Tata Harrier is the company’s flagship SUV in its current lineup before the launch of Cassini (showcased as Buzzard in Geneva Motor Show). Harrier has created a lot of charm in a short time after its launch. Its sales have always turned out to be good, however, the MG Hector and the Kia Seltos have given a very tough competition.

The Harrier has great road presence, it has a design which very few could dislike. It’s an SUV that anyone would love to look back at. However, it lacked the most popular color in SUVs i.e. black. Tata has today launched a Dark Edition. There is no change mechanically but is just a cosmetic update. There are a total of 14 different enhancements made to the ongoing Harrier.

A new Atlas Black Harrier gets various changes including new 17″ Blackstone Alloys and various other chrome inserts that enhance it looks. It will be based on the top-end fully loaded XZ trim and carry a price tag extremely close to the ongoing model XZ Dual Tone at ₹16.76 lakhs ex-showroom Delhi.

On the inside, there are many changes including all-black Premium Benecke Kaliko Blackstone Leather upholstery, Blackstone Matrix dashboard, and a new Gunmetal Grey chrome pack.