The production model of Tata Motors premium hatchback car Tata Altroz (codename 45X) is going public from the Geneva Motor Show starting from March. Tata Altroz was first introduced as a concept model in the last year Delhi Auto Expo. The Geneva Motor Show to be held in Switzerland will run from March 7 to March 17 for the public. Its production version has recently been spotted during testing. The new design of the Tata 45x company will be based on the Language Impact 2.0. Its ladder competition is expected to be with the premium hatchback Hyundai Elite i20, Honda Jazz and Maruti-Toyota Bolano, which are in combination.
Tata Altroz Feature
This premium hatchback car of Tata Motors can be launched in India this year, which will be contested by cars like Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Honda Jazz and Hyundai Elite i20. This has been spotted during many testing sessions in India. Depending on the pictures of the Altroz recorded spot, the large air dam in the front of the car will be found with the slim-faced headlamps LED DRLs. There is also the possibility of getting a 4-spoke alloy wheel in the car.
The same thing can be said about the interior of the car and the features available in it, so far no information related to it has been revealed. Since Tata Altroz is being judged as a premium hatchback like i20, Baleno, the car’s interior will come with premium features, with sporty design. At the same time, in the Tata Altroz production version, the Dual Air bag, ABS, EBD with seat belt reminder, rear parking sensor and speed alert system can be found standard in view of the new safety regulations that will be implemented soon in the country.
Tata Altroz Engine
Tata Motors President Mayank Parekh also reiterated this on the occasion of Harrier’s launch that in the last three years, the company has made a substantial increase in the cell by designing the vehicles in a new way and adding some new features. Tata is preparing to launch four new cars with this hatchback car. These new models will range from small hatchback cars to fullsized SUVs. These new models also include electric cars. No information related to the car’s powertrain has yet been found. But Tata Altroz is expected to be given in Nexon’s 1.2-liter turbo petrol engine.