Expected to be the least expensive sedan in India.
At the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show, Mayank Parekh, President, Tata Motors, has confirmed today that the Tata Tigor will launch in India within 22 days. In other words, the launch date is set for March 29.
The Tigor made its production-spec debut at the motor show today, alongside the Nexon and Tamo RaceMo. The Tigor is expected to be the least expensive sedan in India, if priced along the lines of the hatchback it's based on - the Tata Tiago.
The Tigor is designed as a 'Styleback', rather than a 3-box sedan with a boot. This gives it a more cohesive-looking design with good proportions. The front fascia has some similarities with the Tiago, but Tigor differentiates itself with features like projector headlamps, a revised bumper design, larger 15 inch dual tone alloy wheels.
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While the design is more or less the same, Tigor has an all black interior contrasted by body-colored accents as seen in the Geneva show car. Some of the equipment customers can expect from the top-end XZ grade are a Harman touchscreen infotainment system with 8-speakers, steering-mounted audio controls, multi-info display, City and Eco Driving modes, and automatic climate control. The boot is claimed offer a class-leading luggage capacity of 420 litres.