Tata launched their all-new micro SUV Punch in the market. Official price announcement for the SUV is expected to happen later this month. The cars have already started reaching dealerships and the bookings have also started. We drove the new Tata Punch both on and off the road and the detailed review of the same is available on our website and YouTube channel. Tata is offering Punch in four trims – Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative. The car will be offered in seven colour options. Here we have a walkaround video where vlogger shows five of the seven colour options that are available with this all-new micro SUV.
The video has been shared by AutoTrend TV on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger shows Tata Punch in Atomic Orange, Tornado Blue, Tropical Mist, Orcus White and Meteor Bronze colours. All the cars shown in the video belong to the top-end Creative trim. Other than these five colour options, Tata also offers Punch with Calypso Red and Daytona Grey shades. Some of the colours like Tornado Red, Orcus white and Tropical Mist shades are already seen in Harrier and Nexon in the past. The cars looks beautiful in these colour options especially with the dual tone theme.
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Tata Punch is based on the HBX Concept that was showcased at the Auto Expo last year. The finished product or the production version does look a lot like the concept. The front gets Tata’s signature styling. It is actually a design that looks inspired from Nexon and Harrier. There is a gloss black grille at the front with tri-arrow design in it. The LED DRLs are an extension of the grille and there is a chrome humanity line across the grille as well.
The headlamps are placed on the bumper like Harrier and it comes with projector lamps. Tri-arrow design elements can be seen on the lower bumper as well. The top-end variant of Punch comes with 16 inch alloy wheels and also dual tone colour options. The Punch is a micros SUV that will compete with the likes of Maruti Ignis and Mahindra KUV100. It will be priced below Tata Nexon which is another popular model from Tata.
Tata Punch gets a well laid out dashboard. It gets several features like a multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, floating type touchscreen infotainment screen, semi-digital instrument cluster, drive modes, automatic climate control and so on. Tata Punch has the best approach, departure and breakover angle in this segment. It also gets a feature called Traction Pro Mode which sends all the power to the front wheel which is not stuck and gets the SUV out.
Tata Punch is available with a petrol engine option only. The car is powered by a 1.2 litre, three cylinder naturally aspirated engine that generates 86 Ps and 113 Nm of torque. The same engine is also seen in Tiago and Altroz premium hatchbacks. The engine is available with a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT gearbox. Only the AMT version gets Traction Pro mode.
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