Tata Motors has been working on new models for Indian and international markets. One such upcoming vehicle that we all are eagerly waiting is the Altroz premium hatchback. Tata had announced that they will be launching the Altroz premium hatchback in January 2020, but the exact date is not revealed so far. Tata Motors has now officially released two teaser videos on their Youtube channel for the upcoming Altroz hatchback.
The First teaser shows the front end of the upcoming Altroz. It does not show how exactly the Altroz would look like, instead they highlighted the outlines of the car. After this a text pops up on the screen that says ‘Be mesmerized by gold’ which indicates the premiumness of the Altroz. It could also be an indication to he gold like paint job available on the Altroz. It has been spotted in that gold like paint scheme many times.
Second teaser video is also the same except it shows the outline of the car from the rear. It also shows a text that says ‘fall in love with the gold’. Gold symbolizes premiumness and that is what exactly Tata Motors want their Altroz hatchback to be. Altroz is Tata Motor’s first entry into the premium hatchback segment. It is the first vehicle that will utilise the ALFA platform of the brand. Since Tata has always been aggressive when it comes to pricing, we can expect the Altroz to be the most affordable vehicle in the segment. Tata had already showcased Altroz along with Cassini or Buzzard at the Geneva Motor Show this year. after that it has been caught testing a couple of times in India.
The front of the Altroz looks smooth with the headlamps smoothly integrated to the grille. The bumper gets huge fog lamps and LED DRL that give it a split headlamp illusion. Tata is expected to offer all-LED headlamps on the top-end version of the Altroz. At the rear, the new car gets a futuristic design. There is a thick black stripe that connects both the LED tail lamps of the car.
Tata Motors is expected to offer Altroz with 3 engine options, a diesel and two petrol engines. Lower variants are expected to get a naturally aspirated 1.2L petrol engine while the higher variants might get a turbocharged one. The diesel variants will get a 1.5L engine. All the engines will be Bharat Stage 6 (BS6) emission norms compliant.
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