Geneva Live – Tata Bolt

Posted on: Mar 4, 2014 - 2:25pm IST

Tata Motors today unveiled the Tata Bolt hatchback at the Geneva Motor Show which goes on sale in India later this year. The Bolt is powered by a 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine and a 1.3-liter diesel engine.

Tata Bolt front three quarter - Geneva Live

The Bolt gets a 5-speed manual gearbox for both engines. The 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol is the Revotron engine that makes 85 PS at 5,000 rpm and 140 Nm of torque between the range of 1,750 rpm and 3,000 rpm. The diesel engine will be the 1.3-liter Quadrajet motor, sourced from Fiat, outputting 90 PS @ 4,000 rpm and 200 Nm of torque between 1,750-3,000 rpm.

The company’s design studios in Pune (India), Coventry (UK) and Turin (Italy) came together to finalise on the design of the hatchback that gets speed sensitive electronic power assisted steering and ‘Active return’ function. Tata says that the Bolt’s dual path suspension has been linked to a zero pivot subframe that promises a comfortable ride.

Tata Bolt cockpit - Geneva Live

The Bolt receives a 5-inch touchscreen on the center console that also features integrated HVAC controls, Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone integration and phone-enabled navigation.

More details are available in the press release section.

Tata Bolt – Geneva – Image Gallery

Tata Bolt – Press Release from Indian premiere

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7 thoughts on “Geneva Live – Tata Bolt

  1. Sushrut says:

    90ps from 1.3 diesel. Are they using variable geometry ? because in India it will get the fixed geometry turbo.

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  2. Mohit Verma says:

    Eagerly waiting for the product…………

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  3. Bhargava says:

    It’s our nation’s pride to see these next-gen cars representing India at the prestigious Geneva Motor Show and keep the Indian flag flying high.

    I am eagerly waiting to experience the Revotron engine on the petrol version and the AMT on the diesel version.

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    1. Dr. Nayak says:

      Good to see patriotic talk on this blog. It is time to take the gloves of and confront the foreign auto companies who sell substandard products in India. Classic example is the new Ford Ecosport with the turbocharged engine that they make in India (not the modern Ecosport engine which is imported and not produced locally). Ask tough questions to these auto companies, why are you producing the substandard engines locally and import modern engines from other third world countries?

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      1. Bhargava says:

        Thank you, Dr. Nayak !!

      2. Mohit Verma says:

        Even I was unaware of the fact. Such hidden facts should be known to people…

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