There’s a tremendous bit of history attached with Tata, among the most reliable and bankable automobile brands in all of India. You can be sure that anything offered from the house of Tata is bestowed with a sense of integrity. The brand has upheld the cultural vibrancy of India and presented the country with a dash of style and respect that only a few have been able to match. So naturally, there’s always an excitement when the news about a new arrival from Tata hits the market.
To that end, ever since the new and upcoming Tata Altroz was revealed at the prestigious Geneva Motor Show, earlier in March, there was a lot of excitement regarding the new premium hatchback that’s yet to go on the floors.
Although Tata Altroz is about to be launched toward the end of the year, the premium hatchback is keeping ‘would-be’ buyers excited, given that it is priced at an estimated INR 5.5 lakh to 8.5 lakh.
Described as an agile, edgy and an ultramodern hatchback, Tata Altroz combines a sense of elegance to the modern conventions one expects from hatchbacks, expected to hit the market with a vibrant palette.
But that said, recently a new set of images surfaced on the Internet that kept auto-enthusiasts and future-buyers on the tenterhooks. One got a clear sense of the idea that the yet to arrive hatchback is completely production-ready.
As it is, the first impressions of the Hatchback, as seen at the Geneva Motor Show cut a dynamic figure, with the yellowish-gold shade cutting a picture-perfect gaze for the onlookers and enthusiasts.
That said, as seen in the recent images that were all eyes-galore on the Internet, the dazzling red color makes a sizeable impression about the car. This only fuels the anticipation as to what might the available color palette of the car be? Could it be that the new product from the house of Tata will hit the market in a colorful (or vibrant) pallete?
Several auto-exclusive publications have highlighted the features of the would-be-released wagon and cut an interesting figure:
Like, the sleek projector headlamps up front, which will come with integrated LED daytime running lamps, along with the wide central air dam added to the front bumper. We also get to see the twin-five-spoke alloy wheels which appear to have been finished in a light gold shade, and also glossy piano black panel placed below the windows.
To add to the above, it must be added that among the key highlights of the new premium hatchback is that the elegant and aesthetically-pleasing interiors of the car find an able balance in the exteriors, that are marked by an athletic sense of sharpness. The modern, tasteful and suave interiors are a great departure toward a pro-design philosophy that cast Tata in a one-of-a-kind league.
Engine Capacity (Litre) – 1.2L
Max power (kW @ rpm) – 75 @ 5,500 rpm
Max Torque (Nm @ rpm) – 140 @ 1,750 – 4,000 rpm
Length (mm) – 3,988
Width (mm) – 1,754
Height (mm) – 1,505
Wheelbase (mm) – 2,501