Tata Tiago Facelift to get all-digital instrument cluster

Tata is currently testing the facelifted version of the Tiago in the Indian market. The Tiago has become quite popular in the segment over the years but in recent times, the competition has become stiffer. To keep the entry-level hatchback fresh in the market, the facelifted model will be launched in the coming days. Even though Tata has been testing the upcoming Tiago for a long time now, and a few spy pictures also give a sneak peek of the cabin of the car, here is what the instrument cluster of the Tiago will look like when it is launched in the market.

Tata Tiago Facelift to get all-digital instrument cluster

Tata will replace the current Tiago and will make it sportier to attract the youths. The new car will get a new grille, new headlamps and a host of other updates. The changes will not be restricted to the exterior only. The cabin of the Tiago will also get heavily updated when the facelifted version of the vehicle arrives.

The upcoming Tata Tiago will get an all-digital instrument cluster that will replace the current twin-pod analogue cluster. The new cluster was first spotted in August and now it has been confirmed that both Tata Tiago and the Tata Tigor will get the new cluster. Earlier, Honest Auto Tech shared the picture of the upcoming instrument cluster. The image shows that the funky looking instrument cluster gets two wing-shaped level indicators on both sides. One of these level indicators show the fuel level while the other one is the tachometer, which shows the exact engine RPM. The middle part of the instrument cluster displays the speed of the vehicle in big letters. Other important indicators like the engine temperature gauge, odometer/trip meter, driving mode, warning lamp and other indicators are positioned inside the cluster itself.

The Tata Tiago will get a new front-end, which looks inspired by the upcoming Altroz. It gets a new grille and most likely, a new set of headlamps too. Tata will also tweak the bumper to add a sportier look. Tata is also likely to offer new, sportier-looking alloy wheels. Otherwise, the design of the car will remain similar to the current version of the car.

Tata Tiago Facelift to get all-digital instrument cluster

The engine options of the Tiago currently comprises of both petrol and diesel engine options. There is a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 85 PS and peak torque of 114 Nm. The diesel-powered variants get the 1.05-litre three-cylinder engine that generates a maximum power of 70 PS and peak torque of 140 Nm. However, Tata may soon discontinue the diesel engine option since the BS6 emission compliance will be implemented from next year.

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