Tata Tiago Wizz limited edition’s interior exposed [Update]
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Update – The Tata Tiago Wizz’s list of special features have leaked online. Exterior highlights include black ORVMs, roof and spoiler, blacked-out B-pillars, dual-tone wheel covers with red accent and roof rails. The limited-edition Tiago will have a ‘Wizz’ badge also to signify its exclusivity. On the inside, the car will feature dual-tone colour scheme with piano black finish and red accents, ‘Berry-red’ grille highlights and new seat fabric.
August 29, 2017 –
After launching the Tata Tiago AMT in March, Tata Motors is now working on special edition model allegedly called Tata Tiago Wizz. Team-BHP has published spy shots of the limited edition model, exposing the interior in detail.
The Tata Tiago Wizz’s interior is not much different from the regular Tata Tiago. It looks like the special edition model has dual-tone interior scheme. The outer-end air vents have black and red colour combination for the surrounds. The centre console has black surrounds even in the regular model, but in the special edition model, the central air vents get red colour surrounds for a two-tone look similar to those of the outer-end air vents.
The Tata Tiago Wizz will have some exterior changes too. Black ORVMs and black roof give a sporty look to the special edition model. At the rear, there are Wizz and Limited Edition badges on the tailgate. The Tiago Wizz is based on the Tiago XT, which means that it will have most high-end features. The equipment list should include electrically adjustable ORVMs, ConnectNext infotainment system by Harman, full fabric seat upholstery, driver seatbelt reminder and rear parking sensors. However, the Tiago Wizz will reportedly settle for smaller, 13-inch steel wheels instead of 14-inch steel wheels.
The Tata Tiago Wizz should not have any changes under the hood. Tata Motors will likely offer it with the same 1.2-litre Revotron petrol (85 PS/114 Nm) and/or 1.2-litre Revotorq (70 PS/140 Nm) diesel engines from the standard variant. The regular Tiago has a 5-speed AMT option over the standard 5-speed manual transmission, but it’s unknown if limited-edition model too will have it.
The Tata Tiago Wizz’s launch could take place soon after the Tata Nexon due next month.
Tata Tiago Wizz – Image Gallery (Spy Shots)
[Source 1: Team-BHP]
[Source 2: Team-BHP]