Tata Motors revealed the new Altroz model as the first vehicle based on its own platform called ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced).
The new design language is called IMPACT 2.0 and it is a combination of sharp, edgy and curves.
The new hatch-back from Tata is an important step forward towards the 21st century integration of its vehicles. From the company’s past designs to tomorrow’s vehicles, Tata engineers found a way to launch a vehicle with a fresh look in their line-up. Their urban vehicle is offered as a five door only with a small trunk behind the backseats.
The Altroz is an urban vehicle under 4 meters (157.5 in) long and it can accommodate five adults inside. The dashboard comprises a 7” TFT infotainment system. Enhanced haptics are used inside for controls and the touch-sensitive screen. The Altroz was created to also accommodate a wide range of connectivity solutions for its passengers.
The ALFA Architecture allows multiple body styles and different engines. The Altroz is the first vehicle built by Tata on this platform and it is offered with two engine choices: one 1,2 liter gasoline engine with 86 HP and a four cylinder 1,5 liter diesel engine with 90 HP. The model is offered only with a five-speed manual gearbox and a front-wheel-drive architecture.