Tata Tigor seen in production guise

    Tata's upcoming Tigor compact sedan will be equipped with climate control and a reverse camera; to be launched later this year.

    Published On Jul 06, 2016 03:20:00 PM


    These are the latest pictures of Tata’s all-new compact sedan, codenamed Tigor, that's being readied for launch later this year.
    The new Tata car that got its official showing at the 2016 Auto Expo is the sedan version of the recently launched Tiago hatchback. As seen from the pictures, the tail section is neatly integrated with the rest of the body, and has a class-best 420-litre boot that is one of the main talking points of the Tigor. A new set of spy pictures show the car in its top-spec trim. Equipment such as a rear centre armrest, climate control and a reverse camera can be seen. It also gets a high-mounted LED stop lamp.
    The compact sedan is expected to share much of its cabin features with its hatchback sibling, and will feature a Harman audio system with USB, aux and Bluetooth connectivity. ABS, dual front airbags, alloy wheels and fog lamps are some of the other features expected on the higher-spec versions.
    Like the Tiago, the Tigor will be offered with the same 1.2-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine and the 1.05-litre, three-cylinder diesel engines that power the hatchback. Both engines come mated to a five-speed manual transmission, with the carmaker set to introduce AMT versions in the future.
    Tata will slot the Tigor below the Zest, which means it will not have any direct competition at the time of launch. However, competition will come in the form of the next-gen Chevrolet Beat compact sedan – also shown at Auto Expo 2016 – that will be launched in 2017.


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