Tata Motors launched the all-new Altroz earlier this year in the Indian market and soon the Indian manufacturer is expected to launch the slew of all-new cars including the 7-seater Gravitas and the entry-level crossover – the HBX. Tata is also working on the X452, which the codename of Peregrin mid-size sedan. Based on the X451 or the Altroz, the Peregrin is currently under development and will be launched in the Indian market in the coming years. Here is a rendering image that indicates how the upcoming mid-size Peregrin may look like when it gets launched in the market.
This is the rendering video made by SRK, which shows an imaginative version of the car. It should be noted that the Peregrin has not been spotted testing on the roads nor it has been showcased by Tata anywhere. This is purely a speculative rendering and the final product or the production version of the car may look completely different from this rendered image.
The video shows the complete process of speculative rendering. The final rendered image is based on the Altroz. Keeping the Tata’s IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy in mind, the Peregrin will continue to offer modern flowing design all over. The front of the car is expected to get a single enclosure that will house the sleek headlamps and the grille. The side of the car will carry forward the deep creases of the Tata Altroz. The C-Pillar will smoothly flow into the boot of the Altroz and there will be a small design element that will make the window line appear to intersect the C-Pillar. We hope that Tata will change the roofline of the sedan version of the Altroz, else the vehicle does not look proportionate. At the rear, the Tata Peregrin will get tail lamps that look inspired by the Altroz.
The Altroz and the Peregrin will share a lot of parts including a lot of features and the parts like the dashboard. This will keep the price of the sedan version competitive and will allow Tata to price the vehicle at a lower value as always.
Even the engine options of the Altroz and the Peregrin are expected to be similar. Tata does not offer an automatic transmission with the Altroz at the moment but we can expect it with the sedan version right from the launch.
The Peregrin will take on the likes of Honda City, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna and similar cars in the market. It is likely to be launched by the end of 2021 or early 2022.