Painted in Army green colour, the new Tata Safari Storme Army Edition gets canister carrier, spotlights on the front and new antenna on the hood.
Tata Motors, the homegrown automaker beats Mahindra & Mahindra and Nissan to bag the order for providing personal carrier vehicles to Indian Army. The company will supply 3,192 units of Safari Storme Army Edition to Indian Army. In fact, first ever images of the Army-spec Tata Safari Storme has already hit the internet. Read – Upcoming Tata Cars In India
The Army spec Safari Storme is painted in the dark green shade, which is common in most of the Indian Army Vehicles. There is no chrome or other treatments on offer and all body-panels or plastic color matches with the sheet metal. Only roof rails and foot-steps come with different paint. In fact, the wheel covers are painted in Army green shade. The rear-left fender also has canister carrier. Other changes include spotlights on the front bumper and new antenna on the hood. The cabin comes with beige scheme; however, features and other details are yet to be revealed. Read – Upcoming Delhi-Mumbai Expressway Will Reduce Travel Time to 12 Hours!
It is powered by a 2.2-litre 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that is capable of producing 154bhp of power at 4,000rpm and a peak torque of 400Nm between 1700 to 2700rpm. Power is transmitted to the wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. The Army Edition also has a 4×4 transfer case that offers both low and high ratios. It comes with a shift-on-fly system that can be used via a rotary knob. You May Also Like – Carmakers will soon provide factory-fitted number plates
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