Tata Motors, one of the leading car manufacturers in the country, has launched the festive season special edition model, the Tiago Wizz. The special edition Tiago Wizz is based on the XT variant and its petrol version is priced at Rs 4.52 lak hs while the diesel version is priced at Rs 5.30 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Although Tata Motors has not commented on how long the product would be availabile, we believe that the special edition version of the Tiago will be up for sale till the end of this year.
The special edition Tiago Wizz gets a contrasting black roof and spoiler, dual-tone wheel cover with red accents, berry-red grille highlights black contrast ORVMs, sleek roof rails and a blacked out B pillar. As for the interiors, it gets a dual tone combination with black finish and a sporty red accent. The vehicle also gets a Harman infotainment system and rear parking sensor with display.
Tata Tiago Wizz continues to be powered by the existing 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that generates 84bhp of power and 114Nm of torque, while the diesel version gets a 1.05-litre 3-cylinder engine that generates 69bhp of power and 140Nm of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is offered as standard, while the five-speed AMT is optional.
Speaking about the new Tiago Wizz, Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors said - “Festive season is all about celebrations and we want to partner with our customers to provide them the joy of mobility. With the Tiago Wizz limited-edition, we want to celebrate the success of Tiago and begin the festive season with something special for our current and potential customers. The Tiago truly has been the ultimate game changer for Tata Motors. With robust demand since its launch, it has helped us post a month on month growth. Additionally, the introduction of the AMT variants brought in a new set of customers, further consolidating our position in the hatchback segment. With nine exciting new features, the Tiago Wizz is yet another step towards making the brand more aspirational.”