To launch in India on March 29.
Here's a video walkaround of the Tata Tigor Geneva Edition, giving a closer look at Tata's all new sub-4m 'Styleback' sedan. It is confirmed to launch in India on March 29 and could be the least expensive sedan in the country.
The Tata Tigor measures 3,992 mm in length, 1,677 mm in width and 1,537 mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2,450 mm, while the ground clearance is 170 mm. The front fascia has similarities with the Tata Tiago, but Tigor exclusively gets blacked-out projector headlamps, a revised bumper design, and larger 15-inch dual tone alloy wheels in the top-end petrol grade.
Inside, Tigor has an all black interior with body-colored accents in the XZ grade. The top-end model also gets 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 offers a class-leading luggage capacity of 419 litres.
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The Tigor will carry over the engine lineup from the Tiago hatchback, which includes an 85 PS/114 Nm 1.2L Revotron 3-cyl petrol engine and a 70 PS/140 Nm 1.05L Revotorq 3-cyl turbo diesel engine. Both models will be paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while an AMT could be offered later.