Tata Tigor JTP and its hatchback sibling, the Tiago JTP, could be offered with elaborate customisation options, says Tata Motors. To begin with, both these cars will be offered in only one trim with no options to upgrade the cars visually or mechanically.
But going forward, especially if Tata sees good demand for JTP cars, it has plans to develop a wide range of customisation solutions from different body kits including wings, spoilers and side skirts, to different coloured seat belts, and new alloy wheel designs.
Performance-related upgrades are on the cards as well. Although the company didn't elaborate on what these performance-related upgrades could be, we expect that they would relate to engine mapping, intake and exhaust tuning, and suspension related changes.
Now, Tata Motors hasn't put a number to the sales target for the JTP cars. But, it would be fair to assume that if these special vehicles hit five per cent of overall Tigor and Tiago sales, JTP would be considered a success. And once that happens, we should see these customisation options rolling out along with other Tata models carrying the JTP badging.