Latest Update: Tata will offer the Altroz Turbo in four variants. Read more here.
Tata Altroz Price: It has priced the premium hatchback in the range of Rs 5.44 lakh to Rs 8.95 lakh (ex-showroom).
Tata Altroz Variants: The Altroz can be had in five variants: XE, XM, XT, XZ and XZ(O).
Tata Altroz Powertrains: It comes with two engine options: a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. The petrol engine is rated at 86PS/113Nm while the diesel motor develops 90PS/200Nm. Both engines are offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox, with a DCT automatic expected to be introduced later.
Tata Altroz Features: It gets features such as a dual-tone dashboard, 7-inch infotainment system, semi-digital instrument cluster, ambient lighting, steering-mounted audio controls, and cruise control. Tata is also offering various customisation options for the Altroz.
Tata Altroz Safety: Standard safety net includes dual front airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchors, and rear parking sensors.
Tata Altroz Rivals: The Altroz fights it out with the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Toyota Glanza, Hyundai Elite i20, Honda Jazz, and Volkswagen Polo.
The Tata Altroz has a trick up its sleeve before you even get inside. The doors, both front and rear, open a full 90 degrees for easy ingress and egress. This ability has been dialled in the Alpha Arc platform and will continue to future products as well. Sit in the car, close the door and it shuts with a solid thud.
The steering is possibly the most impressive bit of the interiors. It has a flat bottom and comes wrapped in premium leather. The mounted buttons for the audio, infotainment, calls, instrument cluster and the cruise control sit over the horn actuation. The instrument cluster too is a fancy 7-inch display with a lot of details like music, navigation directions, drive mode and even gets various colour themes.
The dashboard has also been designed in various layers. The grey portion holding the centre console is a bit elevated and hides ambient lighting under it. Below it is a silver satin finish which feels premium and at the bottom you have grey plastic which are less nice. And along with the light and dark grey fabric upholstery on the seats, the overall experience of the cabin is quite airy.
The touchscreen is a 7-inch unit with a layout similar to that of the Nexon. Luckily, it isn’t laggy and works smoothly even with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also displays the climate control settings in one corner, and gets physical buttons to make operating it while driving more ergonomic. A neat trick here is that you can give voice commands to change climate settings. In other features, you get a height adjustable driver’s seat, automatic headlamp, rain-sensing wipers, rear wiper and washer, 6 speakers, power windows with auto-down on driver side and engine push button start stop.
The cabin is high on practicality too. You gets tonnes of storage like an umbrella and bottle holders in the doors, two cup holders, centre storage space, front sliding armrest with storage and a big 15-litre cooled glove box.