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Classic Examples of Tata Safari Modification

The Tata Safari was India’s first real SUV, and was launched way back in 1998. The Safari has a been sold in india, and in some other parts of the world  it is sold. The Safari has evolved and the latest leader model in this line is label the Storme. Over the years, Safaris have been modified.

MotorMind’s Tata Safari Storme Custom


MotorMind Customs of Bangalore has given the Tata Safari Storme a vinyl wrap in yellow and black, enough to make the SUV. The tiers get fatter while matt black finished alloy wheels are a classy touch. With these changes, the Safari Storme looks quite unique from the stock version..

Tata Safari Storme with Motormind body kit


This Safari Storme wearing the Motormind body kit gets a twist front end, The stock Storme looks much softer in comparison. This kit goes on to show the impact a single aftermarket addition can make to the looks of a car.

Tata Safari Storme Mountain Rescue



Tata Motors has come up with a range of custom Safari Stormes over the last couple of years. The Mountain Rescue custom is one such one off that the automaker has created as a show special. The Mountain Rescue custom showcased the potential that the Safari Storme has in terms of cosmetic modifications.

MotorMind’s Tata Safari DICOR


MotorMind has worked on the Safari DICOR to tart up looks of the iconic SUV. The Safari DICOR is ageless as far as looks go. These modifications make the vehicle look different from the scores of Safari DICORs around. A body kit,  placed daytime LEDs and a red paint job are the major changes on the custom job.

Tata Safari Storme Ladakh Concept


The Ladakh Concept is a body kit fitted Safari Storme built by Tata Motors as a one off show special. There was talk about the body kit being made available to Storme owners.

Tata Safari to Range Rover Evoque Replica


Big Daddy Customs, a Delhi based car custom outfit, is known for putting together replica cars using existing vehicles as donor models. Tata Safari gets converted to a Range Rover Evoque. The conversion is classy. 
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