With the Punch micro-SUV, Tata Motors has created yet another blockbuster, which is helping the Indian carmaker climb new ladders of success with consistent sales numbers. The Tata Punch is also becoming a top pick among car modifiers, who are trying to exhibit their creativity with a host of cosmetic add-ons in and out. Here we have brought one such example of Tata Punch’s mid-spec Adventure variant, which has been customized to make it look like the top-spec Creative variant of the micro SUV.
In a YouTube video of the channel of Vashu Singh, we can see a white-coloured Tata Punch Adventure variant customized with a few changes, which is giving it a look like the top-spec Creative variant. Starting from the changes introduced on the outside, this Tata Punch Adventure variant is finished in a dual-tone shade of stock white and gloss black finish, with the latter carried out for the roof, rearview mirrors, rear roof in-built spoiler and wheel caps. The car owner has got his Punch renamed as ‘Rhino’, the badges for which are embossed on the bonnet and boot lid.
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While the Adventure variant of the Tata Punch comes with halogen daytime running lamps and headlamps, this particular vehicle gets the Creative variant’s LED daytime running lights and LED projector headlamps. It also gets LED projector fog lamps on the front bumper, which are not available in the stock version of the Punch Adventure variant. In addition, this vehicle also gets extra blind spot mirrors mounted on the rearview mirrors and rhino emblems on the front fenders on both sides.
The cabin of this Tata Punch also gets some add-ons, which have uplifted the ambience of the interior of this vehicle. It gets custom LED ambient lighting across the dashboard, front and rear foot-wells and door pads. This ambient lighting has configurable light options, which can be adjusted through a smartphone application. It also gets the Creative variant’s 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which is compatible with Android Auto and Apple Carplay.
All these customization jobs have been carried out by the owner through an aftermarket agency, which is usually not recommendable by carmakers, as these changes void the standard warranty of the vehicle. However, in an attempt to make their vehicles look different, car owners do reach the aftermarket modification houses at the expense of warranties offered in the vehicles.
The Tata Punch was launched in 2021 with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine. Available with 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox options, this engine claims 86 PS of maximum power and 113 Nm of peak torque output. The Tata Punch is available in four variants- Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative – apart from the special top-spec Kaziranga Edition.