Tata Motors has launched the
all new Tata Tigor compact sedan in New Delhi. The premium compact sedan will
be available in petrol (powered by a 1.2 litre Revotron engine) and diesel
(powered by a 1.05 litre Revotorq engine).
The petrol model will cost Rs 5.20 lakh onward while the diesel model
will cost Rs 6.09 lakh onward, ex showroom Delhi.
Petrol variant price (Rs)
Diesel variant Price (Rs)
The new Tata Tigor was
launched in the presence of Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD and Mayank Pareek,
President – Passengers Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors.
The new Tata Tigor compact
sedan has a break free coupe-like roofline and dual chamber projector
headlamps with sparkling chrome finish style. It comes with 15inches alloy
wheels. The ORVMs get LED turn indicators with auto fold function. The car will
be available six shades-Egyptian Blue, Roman silver, Espresso brown, Berry red,
Pearlescent white and Titanium grey.
The interiors of the car comes
with premium black and grey theme coupled with titanium color faux leather
seats, premium knitted roof liner and rear armrest with cup holders, which come
as a standard feature.
The car offers height
adjustable driver’s seat as standard feature for the perfect driving position,
scooped out front seat backs for more legroom, class leading head and elbow
room for the rear passengers. It also comes equipped with a fully automatic
temperature control (FATC) with uniform cooling all around the cabin, a boot
space of 419 litres with wide and clear opening using an innovative 4 bar mechanism
and 24 intelligent spaces for carrying a lot more on the move.
With a 7” capacitive
infotainment with Android Auto from Harman, the new Tigor comes equipped with 4
speakers and 4 tweeters. Every detail of the sound system has been precisely
tuned by Harman golden ear certified auto experts to maximize the interior
acoustics of each specific cabin.
The new Tata Tigor holds an
energy absorbing body structure made using high strength steel. The car also
comes with a safe and reliable architecture with cocoon like safety cell for
its passengers, dual airbags as a standard feature and Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Corner Stability Control
Both the engines have been
further refined and optimized to deliver better performance and lower NVH.
Improvements have also been done in transmission assembly to reduce vibrations.
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