Tata launched the all-new Harrier earlier this year and soon, another all-new car from the Indian manufacturer will roll on the Indian roads. The first-ever premium hatchback from the brand was first officially showcased at the Geneva Motor Show. In India, the car has been spotted undisguised a few times while the test mules of the vehicle have become a common sight on the roads. Tata will launch the all-new Altroz by the end of this year and it will take on the likes of Hyundai Elite i20, Maruti Suzuki Baleno and the Honda Jazz. Before the official launch, the interior of the Tata Altroz has been spotted and captured on the video.
While the exterior of the all-new Tata Altroz has been spotted without the camouflage earlier, this video shows the interior of the car. The video from Gireesh Tekale shows the rear of the vehicle first. Even though the vehicle is heavily camouflaged, the LED tail lamps of the Altroz are visible in the video. Also, the video reveals the interiors of the Altroz, which reveals a lot of details.
The video of the interior shows that the all-new Altrzoz gets the floating-type instrument cluster, which we have already seen on the vehicles like Tata Nexon and the Tata Harrier. However, the Altroz will offer a more premium cabin experience. The video also shows a glimpse of the instrument cluster of the Tata Altroz. It should be noted that the Altroz will offer a digital-analogue hybrid speedometer console just like the Harrier. However, in the Altroz, the shape of the instrument cluster will be a bit squarer than the Harrier. Otherwise, the set-up remains the same. There is a large analogue speedometer on the right-hand side of the instrument cluster. On the left-hand side, a large 7.0-inch screen displays various information about the car and also incorporates the digital tachometer.
The Altroz will be a 5-seater vehicle and initially, Tata is expected to offer only a diesel engine option with the car. Tata has not officially revealed the interior of the car yet but we can make out from the video that the car will offer similar features to the Nexon. Tata is also expected to power the all-new Altroz with the 1.5-litre diesel engine option that is offered with the Tata Nexon too. However, Tata may reduce the overall power of the Harrier. At a later date, Tata may launch the petrol-powered version of the bike.
The all-new Altroz is expected to get a pretty attractive price tag, especially the entry-level variant. The Tata Altoz is expected to take the competition to a different level, however, we are not sure if the diesel-only set-up work in the Indian road conditions.