Tata Altroz Enters India Book Of Records By Covering 1,603 Kilometers In 24 Hours

Tata Altroz Enters India Book Of Records By Covering 1,603 Kilometers In 24 Hours

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Tata Altroz Enters India Book Of Records By Covering 1,603 Kilometers In 24 Hours

The Tata Altroz has won yet another accolade, this time entering the India Book of Records for its achievement. In an impressive feat of determination and perseverance, Devjeet Saha and his Altroz covered 1,603 kilometers in 24 hours. The duo had done a round trip from Satara to Bengaluru and back to Pune between December 15th and December 16th, 2020. For every auto enthusiast like Mr. Saha, embarking on long road trips is probably one of the most satisfying feelings in the world. Quite naturally, Tata was really proud of what their golden child had achieved and couldn’t contain their confidence in the Altroz. The automaker claimed achieving the milestone was made easier thanks to the superior ride quality and handling of the Altroz.

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Speaking on winning the accolade, Devjeet Saha said,

“I am humbled to have been given the opportunity to embark on this landmark journey and am honored to have been inducted into the India Book of Records. This feat would not have been possible without the trustworthy Tata Altroz and the very helpful team at Tata Motors. The Altroz proved to be the very class-defining product that we all have known it to be, by way of its exceptional performance on this long journey. The ride and handling of the car made the voyage not only comfortable but also an exhilarating one. I would like to extend my compliments to Tata Motors for continuing to provide its customers with extraordinary products such as the Altroz.”

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Tata Altroz interior
The Altroz comes with mood lighting in the cabin

Commenting on this achievement, Mr. Vivek Srivatsa – Head, Marketing, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors said,

“I would like to congratulate Mr. Devjeet Saha on accomplishing this feat. Since its inception, the Altroz has created new benchmarks in its segment through the medium of its appealing design, top notch safety and thrilling performance. We are delighted that Mr. Saha chose the Altroz as his companion in embarking on the long journey to achieve this rare milestone. With this accomplishment, the Altroz has created yet another benchmark in the passenger vehicles segment and we hope that through achievements like these, we continue to build trust within our customers.”

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2021 Tata Altroz infotainment system
The Altroz’s infotainment system gets smartphone connectivity and other connected car functions

The India Book of Records has been around since 2006, with the latest edition having been launched in 2019. Thousands across the country leave on road trips every year (maybe not during the pandemic, but you get the idea). Whether this is to try and conquer a lifelong goal or just for the sheer thrill of it, road trips can be fun. However, as one can imagine, setting out on a journey is all fun and games until your vehicle conks off. This can be even more nerve-wracking if you, like Mr. Saha, are undertaking a record-setting journey. The Tata Altroz is a fairly new car, for now, having arrived on the scene just a year ago.

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2021 Tata Altroz safety features
The Altroz offers multiple modern features and a 5-star safety rating

There are currently around seven different trim levels of the Altroz on sale in India. Prices range between Rs 5.70 Lakh to Rs 9.46 Lakh for the base petrol and the top-spec diesel variants, respectively. Tata Motors recently launched the iTurbo version of the Altroz which comes with the Nexon’s turbo-petrol engine. This 1.2-liter three-cylinder motor belts out 108hp and 140Nm of torque, spinning the front tires via a 5-speed manual transmission. Compared to its naturally-aspirated variant, the Altroz iTurbo feels peppier and more spirited in its nature. However, it will still take it around 12 seconds to hit 100 kmph from a standstill.

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Tata Altroz front three quarter

If you are planning to take a road trip in the Tata Altroz, you wouldn’t have to worry about safety. This is because the Altroz scored the maximum 5-star crash-safety rating at Global NCAP last year. It comes equipped with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Corner Stability Control, and ISOFIX child-seat anchor points. Also, XM+ trim and above get a larger touchscreen infotainment screen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. As you can imagine, higher trim levels do come with a lot more standard features as well. The list accounts for a digital driver’s display, mood lighting, cruise control, and automatic climate control with Xpress Cool function.

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