Tata Motors has opened bookings for its new hatchback Tata Bolt. Those keen to book the
car can do so by visiting http://bookonline.tatamotors.com/ and make a payment
of Rs. 11,000.
Motown India had reviewed the Bolt and had found it an
outstanding piece of four-wheels. The link to the review is:
This radically designed car has ample space inside and comes
with several modern technological features. The exterior design gives the
impression of a larger hatchback and the floating roof and the blackened
C-pillar provides the car with an extra sporty touch and aids in aerodynamics.
The centre console is the main focal element for the car,
loaded with the best-in-class experience of infotainment and HVAC.
The Bolt will be available in Petrol and Diesel. In the
petrol, Bolt will be the segment’s first hatch to be powered by the 1.2L
turbocharged Multi-point Fuel Injection (MPFi) Petrol Engine, Revotron 1.2T, delivering
89bhp and a peak torque of 140 Nm. It also features first time ever – Multi
Drive: Sport, City, Eco modes. The diesel variant comes with a 74bhp engine,
delivering 190 Nm of uninterrupted flat torque, for a peppy drive with seamless
delivery of power. New advance 9th generation ABS by Bosch for improved braking
efficiency and with yet another segment-first, the Corner Stability Control
(CSC), adds to the safety features of the vehicle.
Tata Motors has associated with Harman for developing the touchscreen
infotainment and with MapMyIndia for next generation smart phone based
navigation, which also provide location based services.
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