Tata also released a new special version of the Harrier called the Camo Edition. It is offered in six versions: XT, XT+, XZ, XZA, XZ+, and XZA+ priced identically to the Dark Version variants. The biggest contrast between the Camo Edition and the corresponding standard models is the latest exterior hue of olive green with a ‘Camo’ badge on the front fenders and 17-inch blacked-out alloy wheels. Its cabin is almost similar to that of the models of the Dark Model.
Depending on the standard model it is based on, it gets an all-black interface with grey highlights, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a panoramic sunroof, among other features. One exception is that the black leatherette upholstery of the Camo Version gets green stitching to make it more suitable for the model of the limited edition.
For the Camo edition variants, Tata has also launched two accessories packs: Stealth and Stealth+, priced at Rs 26,999 and Rs 49,999 respectively. While both packs have some standard accessories, such as front parking sensors, sunshades, and printed carpets, side stairs, 3D trunk mats, and a back seat organiser are also included in the Stealth+ box.