tech2 news staffAugust 23, 2021 12:56:12 IST
Tata Motors has released the first photo of the new Tata Punch. The smallest SUV, seen at the 2020 Auto Exhibition as a near-concept H2X concept, is now known as Road Ready Punch and will be available in the coming weeks. The Punch is the second Tata model after Altros and is based on the company’s new era ALFA architecture. Punch is a very affordable SUV from Tata Motors and sits within the company’s range under Nixon.
Expected to be taller and taller than Martis Suzuki Ignatius, Tata Punch inherits the H2X concept’s upright posture, strong front end and muscular arch. These bodies will definitely appeal to people who love SUVs. Some of the jokes shared online over the past few days have also confirmed some of the style hints found in the H2X concept, including funny backlights.
Like the outside, Tata Punch is expected to reflect the H2X concept from the inside out and eliminate some parts of the concept. Included are digital device sets, automatic climate control and an independent touch screen information system.
The Tata Punch is expected to be available only in the form of fuel, but there may be both naturally occurring engine options (available in Tiago, Tiger and Ultra) and turbine engine options (available at Ultra). .. .. The Tata HBX gearbox options may include 5-speed manual and automatic manual transmission. There is no alternative to diesel, but Tata has learned that in the future, she is preparing an all-electric version of the fist.
For now, Tatap does not seem to be a direct competitor, and the closest models are the Martis Suzuki Ignis and the long-forgotten Mahindra KUV100. That said, Hyundai is developing its own small SUV (code-named X1) and will arrive in India next year. Starting in the coming weeks, Tata punch prices are expected to be between 4.5 and 7.5 rupees (excluding showrooms).
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