Tata Punch micro SUV reaches dealerships before official launch: New video reveals more

Tata will soon launch the all-new Punch, based on the H2X concept. The all-new micro-SUV from the brand will take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Ignis, Mahindra KUV100 and more. Tata has started shipping the upcoming Punch to the dealerships too. Here are a few videos that show the Tata Punch completely from the outside and inside.

The all-new Tata Punch gets a similar HORIZENEXT design. It is the same design language used by the Tata Harrier and the Tata Safari. The Punch gets a split headlamp set-up with sleek LED DRL forming the extended part of the grille while the main headlamp cluster is positioned below.

Tata is yet to reveal the dimensions of the Punch. The videos show that there is ample ground clearance available to the Punch. The rear gets a Nexon-inspired tailgate design and small tail lamps on the side. With the dual-tone theme and bright colours, the Punch does look like a heavily inspired version of the Tata Harrier.

Overall,  the Punch looks rugged with thick plastic cladding all around. The vehicle also gets sharp-looking alloy wheels. Tata is likely to reveal the Punch officially in the coming weeks.

Clean looking cabin

The spied images of the Punch show that it will come with a clean looking cabin. There are multiple highlights on the dashboard and it gets a thick chrome strip running across the dashboard too. There is an infotainment system mounted on the dashboard similar to the Nexon.

Other details like the feature list are not officially out yet. However, Tata is likely to offer a decent list of usable features with the Punch. We can expect features like the semi-digital instrument clusters, keyless start-stop and go, automatic climate control systems, and more.

The car gets the same steering wheel as the Altroz. It has the same function buttons too. Interestingly, the Tata Punch will offer a cruise control system, which will make it the first vehicle in the segment to offer a cruise control system.

To the look and feel of the cabin premium, Tata has added contrasting accents inside the cabin. You can spot bright coloured AC vents and a few other parts.

Only petrol engine

Tata Punch micro SUV reaches dealerships before official launch: New video reveals more

Tata offers diesel engines with the cars like Nexon and the Altroz, the Punch will come powered only with a petrol engine option. There will be a 1.2-litre petrol engine with the Punch that generates a maximum power of 86 PS and a peak torque of 115 Nm. Tata will offer both a five-speed manual and a five-speed AMT automatic with the upcoming Punch.

Shantonil Nag

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