Tata Motors had a great start this year with the launch of Altroz premium hatchback which is Indian manufacturer’s first take into the premium hatchback segment. They also launched a fully electric version of the Nexon SUV after that. Along with these new cars, Tata Motors had also updated their lineup to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. Tata Tiago which is their entry level offering in the market also received a facelift in terms of styling along with the new BS6 engine. Here we have a walk-around video that shows the all-new Tata Tiago facelift in all the colours available.
The video has been uploaded by Auto Trend TV on their youtube channel. It shows a line up of Tata Tiago’s parked in a stockyard and one can see all the available colours are also present their. The New Tata Tiago is available in 6 new colours namely Victory Yellow, Flame Red, Tectonic Blue, Pearlsent White, Daytona Grey and Pure Silver. The facelifted Tiago looks fresh in these all-new colours.
The facelifted Tiago has received number of updates in comparison the older version. The major difference is the front where the shape of the headlamp has been changed and the grille is also different with gloss finish. It is somewhat similar to the grille of the all-new Altroz. The bumper of the car also has been redesigned and it now gets a new design for the air dam and the fog lamp area. Side profile of the car remians unchanged and gets the same shape and design.
Towards the rear, tail light design remains same but has minor changes in the form of couple of character lines on the boot. Tata has now come up with a style where they simply write the name of the car at the rear and do not mention the trim. It can be seen in Tiago, Nexon and many new models from Tata. The rear bumper also gets minor changes as it now looks more sportier than before.
On the inside, everything remains the same except for the instrument cluster which is now fully digital. Nothing else has changed in terms of features on the inside. Tata Tiago facelift as mentioned above is now BS6 compliant and is now available with a petrol engine only. The diesel version has been discontinued to keep the costs down. The 1.2 litre petrol engine produces 86 Ps and 113 Nm of torque and is available with both manual and AMT gearbox. Prices for the facelifted Tiago now starts at Rs 4.6 lakh, ex-showroom.