In a little over a year of its existence in India, the Tata Altroz has successfully managed to grab a sizeable slice from the Maruti Baleno’s and Hyundai i20’s pie. This premium hatchback attracted buyers with its gorgeous styling, sensible packaging and aggressive pricing. Now, in its quest to boost sales by an additional ten percent, Tata has introduced the Altroz iTurbo, a new turbocharged petrol offering that’s squarely aimed at those who enjoy driving. This turbo version of the Altroz commands a premium of Rs 60,000 over the comparable 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol, which is sold alongside, and it promises to offer a better drive experience in return. We put it through our exhaustive tests to find out whether the Altroz iTurbo deserves that premium.