Tata Motors has today launched Tiago Wizz edition hatchback in India. This special edition model has its prices starting at Rs 5.39 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). The model is available exclusively with the 1.2-litre petrol engine that comes mated to a manual transmission. The primary reason behind this special edition model is to boost sales during this festive Diwali Navratri season, which is expected to bring some relief to the ongoing industry slowdown. To let you know, the Tiago Wizz is based on the mid-spec XZ variant but is priced at around Rs 10,000 more than the latter.
The Tata Tiago Wizz sports some cosmetic tweaks over the standard model so as to set it as a special edition. But the changes are only skin deep as the rest of the car is the same as the regular Tiago. Also, this is not the first time that Tata has brought in a Wizz edition Tiago. Back in 2017 Diwali festive season, Tata launched a Tiago Wizz edition it had a red body colour, black roof and red inserts. This time though, the company has gone for a more subtle Titanium Grey shade with black roof and orange inserts.
Other changes on the Tiago Wizz include a Titanium Grey paint with a black contrast roof, Canyon Orange grille inserts, Canyon Orange ORVMs, Canyon Orange wheel accents and the Wizz badging. All these come together to the Tiago a more desirable look as it looks better than the regular variants of the car. Moving to the interiors, we see that the changes here include fabric seats with Orange stitch, Titanium Grey air vent bezel with Canyon orange highlight, Titanium Grey gear shift bezel, electrically adjustable ORVMs and steering mounted controls. All this again helps liven up the cabin without a major upgrade.
However, in terms of features, the Tata Tiago Wizz shares the same level of kit as the Tiago XZ. It also comes with a 2-DIN audio system with USB, Bluetooth and Aux, steering-mounted controls, a rear parcel shelf, power-adjustable wing mirrors and remote central locking. The same is the case with the powertrain of the ca, which remains unchanged. The Tata Tiago Wizz is powered by a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, Revotron petrol engine that produces 84 Bhp of power and 114 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are handled by a five-speed manual unit.
Let’s see if the Tiago Wizz helps Tata to bring more customers towards its dealerships. Talking about the Tiago, the hatch and its sedan counterpart were recently spotted with a digital instrument cluster, which makes both the cars a little more desirable for younger buyers who want an additional dose of technology. Both cars with the digital instrument cluster are likely to go on sale shortly.