- Tata Altroz showcased with conventional and electric powertrain options
- Based on Tata’s ALFA architecture
- Likely to be offered with two 1.2-litre petrol engine options and a 1.5-litre diesel engine
The premium hatchback from Tata Motors, the Altroz was revealed in production-ready form at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show 2019. Alongside the conventional powertrain option, the company also revealed the electric version which will be introduced at a later date. The vehicle will be the second model to be based on the Impact Design 2.0 styling language.
Tata’s ALFA architecture for the Altroz will also be used in future cars from the company with different powertrain options. As seen at the ongoing motor show, the Altroz gets the signature Humanity Line grille and large headlamps over the front bumper like the Harrier. The vehicle will get strong character lines running across the vehicle’s length along with a floating roofline. The rear doors get pillar-mounted door handles. The electric concept, on the other hand, gets distinctive cosmetic features.
Although the company has not revealed technical details, for now, it is believed that the vehicle will be offered in three engine options – a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 83bhp of power, a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol that produces 110bhp and a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel from the Nexon that produces 108bhp.