Tata Motors will officially reveal the all-new Punch in the Indian market on 4th October. However, the manufacturer has started dispatching the upcoming car to dealerships across India. Here is a new set of pictures that reveals all the details of the upcoming sub-4m compact SUV.
The pictures of the all-new Tata Punch were posted online in the Tata Punch Facebook group. The images reveal all the details about the upcoming vehicle and show the exterior as well as the cabin of the car too.
The Tata Punch in these pictures is in a brown colour. The pictures show that the all-new Punch looks like a mini Harrier. It gets a dual-tone paint job.
The car gets a thick gloss black grille at the front that extends to become a sleek LED DRL. The headlamp clusters are located in the lower part of the vehicle. The headlamp clusters get projector lamps.
The Punch gets a solid looking side-profile. Tata has added thick body cladding that adds a rugged look to the vehicle. Also, the wheel arches are squared-off for a stronger look. The Punch will come with diamond-cut alloy wheels, roof rails and an antenna on the top.
The rear of the car comes with the Punch moniker. Also, there is a rear parking camera hidden behind the Tata logo. Also, the tail lamps get the tri-arrow design element.
The Punch comes with a layered cabin design with silver accents as inserts. In fact, there is a thick silver insert that covers the whole dashboard. It also gets a flat-bottom steering wheel with multiple function buttons mounted on it.
The Punch also comes with a semi-digital instrument cluster like the Altroz. The steering wheel will also remind you of the Altroz.
The infotainment system is located in the middle of the dashboard and it looks similar to the Tata Nexon’s floating type display. Tata is yet to reveal the official information about the Punch but the infotainment system is likely to come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity options.
The mainstay of the entire lineup of Tata Punch is supposed to be the 1.2-litre three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine from the Tiago, Tigor and Altroz. The engine, in all likelihood, will have power and torque outputs of 86 bhp and 113 Nm respectively.
A 5-speed manual gearbox will be the standard transmission option, though, in later stages, the Punch might come with an optional 5-speed AMT gearbox as well. The possibility of inclusion of turbo-petrol variants in future cannot be neglected too.