Tata Motors will unwrap two new models in the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The two most awaited models will be seven-seater H7X and the Altroz (codenamed 45X). Both the models will be a great attraction in the event. The H7X is expected to be the seven-seater variant of Harrier although, the name has not yet revealed officially by the company. The carmaker has also decided to unveil the electric car based on Altroz which will be introduced in the Indian market.
For now, 45X termed as Altroz is the new talk of the event. The company has recently revealed the name of the car which will be officially launched later, this year. Expect the EV version to launch in the next two years. The company will debut the production version of the all-new model. The great news is that Tata Motors will unveil the EV version Altroz. The teaser of Tata Altroz electric is out which reveals the LED headlamps and an EV symbol attached on the dashing front.
Tata Motors shared the teaser image on social media that state, “A glimpse of what’s in store for #TataMotorsAtGIMS. A signature humanity line accentuated by dual ultra slim LED headlamps, along with a digitally inspired lower grill.” The EV variant of the car will be more enhanced in terms of features and dimension. The upcoming electric hatch is likely to claim 200 km after getting fully charged. The previous teaser revealed the LED tail lamps and roof spoiler. It is developed by UK-based Tata Motors European Technical Centre PLC (TMETC).
A glimpse of what’s in store for #TataMotorsAtGIMS . A signature humanity line accentuated by dual ultra slim LED headlamps, along with a digitally inspired lower grill. #2daystogo #GIMS2019 #ConnectingAspirations pic.twitter.com/yFM5bFXj2W
— Tata Motors (@TataMotors) March 3, 2019
The all-new Tata Altroz will be developed in the company ALFA platform. So, the premium hatchback will be available with the most influential turbocharged engine choices. It is likely to be introduced with the same Nexon engine which is sold with 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol as well as a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine. The hatch will rival against Honda Jazz, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20, and Volkswagen Polo in the Indian market. Expect the standard variant to be priced around Rs 5.5 lakh.
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