Tata Punch To Have Bigger Boot & Bigger Ground Clearance Than Altroz
Tata’s forthcoming micro-SUV, the Punch, will be obtainable with just a single motor selection, with a choice involving handbook and computerized transmissions
Tata Punch micro-SUV is scheduled to be formally unveiled on October 4. The maker has launched plenty of teasers for the impending vehicle, previewing its interior as nicely as exterior. The Punch has produced a ton of buzz on the web, and a good deal of vehicle enthusiasts have managed to leak a ton of details about it not too long ago.
Leaked brochure of the approaching Tata Punch reveals that the micro-SUV will have a boot area of 366 litres and a ground clearance of 187mm. These figures are even better than those people of Tata’s quality hatchback, the Altroz, which has a boot space of 345 litres and a ground clearance of 165mm!
Typical viewers may well try to remember that Tata Punch is based on the brand’s ALFA system, which also underpins the Altroz. There are also a number of other similarities amongst the two autos the Punch will get 90-degree-opening doorways and a flat ground for the 2nd row, just like the Altroz, which will ensure simplicity of ingress/egress and rear-seat passenger consolation, respectively.
Tata Punch will have just 1 engine option at launch – a 1.2-litre, in a natural way aspirated, inline-3 petrol engine. This motor generates a peak energy of 86 PS and a highest torque of 113 Nm, and transmission choices will consist of a 5-pace handbook and a 5-speed AMT, the two of which will ship electrical power solely to the front wheels.
The motor vehicle will get two driving modes – Town and Eco – together with ‘Traction Pro’ manner. There will be a good deal of advantage characteristics on supply as very well, like a semi-electronic instrument console (with a 7-inch MID), a touchscreen infotainment process, automated weather command, engine start/cease tech, cornering fog lamps, electric power-operated ORVMs, etc.
Tata Punch will be offered in 4 trim amounts – Pure, Experience, Completed, and Innovative. The exterior color choices will consist of White, Grey, Stonehenge, Orange, Blue, and City Bronze, with twin-tone options on offer you as very well. The value of Tata’s micro-SUV is expected to commence all-around Rs. 5 lakh (ex-showroom), and on launch, its closest opponents will be Maruti Ignis and Mahindra KUV100 NXT.