Tata Motors rolls out 10,000th Safari, 8,655 units sold since February launch

by Ajit Dalvi 27 Jul 2021


Launched on February 22, 2021, the new Tata Safari sold 3,855 units till end-March and added 4,780 units in June.

Five months after it launched the new Safari premium SUV, Tata Motors today rolled out the 10,000th unit from its manufacturing facility in Pune. The last 9,900 units have been produced in less than four months, despite the many pandemic-induced restrictions. Till end-June 2021, a total of 8,964 units had been produced. 

Since launch, the company has sold a total of 8,635 units till end-June 2021 in the domestic market. This constitutes a monthly sales average of 1,727 units. By end-July 2021, the Safari would have notched sales of over 10,000 units.  

The new Safari may not live up to the mechanicals of the original Safari but there’s plenty to like – from the strong 2-litre diesel engine which develops 170hp and 350 Nm of torque and smooth auto ‘box to the ample space and features on offer. Comfort in the third row is more than adequate. All in all, it’s a compelling three-row SUV for the family.

According to Tata Motors, the new Safari is one of the top-selling 6/7-seater SUV with a current market share of 25.2% in its category. Furthermore, together with its stablemate (Safari + Harrier), Tata Motors currently commands a 41.2% in the high SUV segment (as of Q1 FY22).

Speaking on the 10,000 production milestone, Shailesh Chandra, President – Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors said, “We are thrilled to have reached this significant milestone for the new Safari in a span of four months.  We have achieved this landmark during one of the toughest periods our country has endured in its long history. The 10,000th feat validates the collective hard work put in by various teams responsible for the rebirth of this illustrious model. The Safari in its new avatar takes forward the brand's rich legacy by combining Tata Motors' Impact 2.0 design language with the proven capability of OMEGARC, the architecture derived from Land Rover's renowned D8 platform – the gold standard among SUVs worldwide.”