Tata Altroz News
All in all, the Tata Altroz DCA is available in seven variants, two of which are the beloved #Dark editions.
The Tata Altroz – launched at the start of 2020 – has been battling it out with the Hyundai i20 for the position of India’s second highest-selling premium hatch.
Both the Tata Altroz Dark Edition and Tata Nexon Dark Edition sport an all-black colour scheme inside and out.
With the launch of the Tata Safari, the company has rolled out a ceramic coating service at all its service centres.
The upcoming Altroz is updated with Tata's iRA connected technology, including an understanding of over 70 voice commands in English/Hinglish and more.
The Tata Tiago hatchback will have EMIs starting from Rs 4,999, the Altroz from Rs 5,555 and the Nexon from Rs 7,499.
Prices of the Tata Altroz go up to Rs 7.69 lakh for the top-spec petrol and Rs 9.29 lakh for the top diesel.
The Tata Altroz was tested for both front and side impacts that also got a 3-star for child occupant safety.
Tata Altroz turbo-petrol is also expected to sport a new light-blue shade similar to the one on the Nexon, and discreet Turbo badges.
By 2023 all 3 wheelers, by 2025 all 2 wheelers and by 2030 30 percent of all 4 wheelers plying on our streets would have to be electric.
Tata Altroz is a premium hatchback that will compete against the Baleno and i20.