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The Tata Bolt follows Tata's new design language which was earlier seen on the Zest.
The blacked-out C-pillar gives the Bolt a floating-roof look at the rear.
Like the Zest sedan, Tata is also expected to load the Bolt with adequate features.
The Bolt's instrument panel comes with a Mult-information display that gives a whole host of real-time details.
The Bolt features new 8-speaker ConnectNext Touchscreen infotainment system by Harman and gets Bluetooth connectivity, Navigation and Voice recognition.
The Bolt petrol is powered by an 88.7bhp 1.2-litre Revotron turbocharged engine that also does duty in the Zest sedan. The diesel Bolt comes with the tried-and-tested 1.3-litre Multijet that makes 74bhp and 19.4kgm of torque
The Bolt petrol gets drive selection options of Eco, City and Sport
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