Tata Motors added a premium
touch to its Zest range by introducing the Zest Premio – a special edition car
with 13 new features. With more than 85,000 Tata Zest cars already on the road,
the Zest Premio comes as a special edition to celebrate the success. The new
model is available at a starting price of Rs 7.53 lakh for the diesel version
(ex-showroom Delhi) across all Tata Motors sales outlets, in India.
The Zest Premio debuts with a
host of first-in-segment premium features like dual tone roof in glossy black,
piano black hued outside mirrors on the exterior, and a chic tan finished mid
pad on the dashboard in the interior. The car comes with two exterior colours –
Titanium Grey and Platinum Silver.
The exterior appearance is
further enhanced with smoked multi-reflector headlamps and a piano black hood
strip at the front to accompany the elegant dual tone bumper. At the rear, a piano black boot lid garnish
complements the Premio special edition badge. The wheels are embellished with
silver wheel covers. As a final flourish, buyers can add a piano black spoiler
as an optional accessory.
Under the hood, the Zest
Premio is equipped with the 1.3L, 4 cylinder, BS IV Quadrajet, common rail,
turbodiesel engine, putting out 75PS power and 190 Nm torque. The engine is
paired with a 5 speed manual transmission. The urbane interior benefits from
new premium seat fabric with contrast stitching and Premio branding, which is
carefully colour co-ordinated with the finished tan mid pad.
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