Tata Motors will give its slow-selling Tigor a much needed shot in the arm by launching an updated model on October 10, 2018. While it is known that the car will get mild tweaks to its headlamps and tail-lamps, thanks to the numerous teasers, we can now confirm a few more details about this update.
First up, the refreshed Tigor range is likely to get a new XZ+ top-spec variant, which will be available only on the manual gearbox-equipped cars. The XZ+ will carry most features offered by the erstwhile top-end XZ model and will add additional equipment like a rear centre armrest with cupholders, a driver's side seat height adjust, power folding wing mirrors and a shark fin antenna. The line-up will also see addition of a new "Egyptian Blue" exterior paint shade.
The biggest equipment addition, as reported earlier, was the inclusion of a new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system. This new unit will be branded as a "Harman" infotainment system and will also double up as a display for the reverse camera. Additionally, Apple CarPlay will be available as standard on this system, however this feature will be only be usable in the car only in 2019, according to our source. The new Harman 7.0-inch infotainment system will be available with the same four speaker package as the XZ variant.
The new Tata Tigor XZ+ is likely to be priced around Rs 30,000 more than the XZ trim when it launches on October 10, 2018.
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