One of many first new Tata vehicles to characteristic a BS-VI-complaint petrol engine would be the Tigor facelift. We had beforehand reported on how the refreshed Tiago will drop the 1.05-litre diesel and get a BS-VI petrol engine, the identical 85hp 1.2-litre motor shared with the Tata Tigor. Just like the hatchback it’s primarily based on, the brand new Tigor may also be obtainable with simply the petrol engine. Tata had updated the Tigor in October last year with a brand new top-spec XZ+ variant, barely totally different exterior design, and extra gear within the cabin.
Apart from the brand new motor, the Tata Tigor facelift may also get quite a lot of design tweaks to the outside, akin to a extra aggressive nostril (just like the Tata Altroz) and entrance bumpers. Whereas the rear can also be anticipated to get a redesigned bumper, the alloy wheels on the spied mannequin look unchanged; they’re the identical 15-inch black-finished wheels presently obtainable on the top-spec Tigor XZ+.
Adjustments to the cabin are anticipated to incorporate minor styling tweaks to the dashboard, new inside trim, new seat upholstery and an up to date touchscreen infotainment system, which will probably be Android Auto and Apple CarPlay suitable. By way of security equipment, all variants of the compact sedan already get twin entrance airbags and ABS, although Tata will equip all trims of the Tigor facelift with rear parking sensors, a velocity alert system and seatbelt reminders for the motive force and entrance passenger.
When it launches in India, the brand new Tata Tigor’s costs will certainly rise by a big quantity, although it’s nonetheless anticipated to undercut rivals just like the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Ford Aspire, Honda Amaze and Hyundai Xcent.