Tata Motors has announced the launch of the luxury hatchback XM+ model – the Tata Altroz, priced for a petrol powered version of Rs 6.60 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
During the festive period, new versions and limited editions of current products must be launched in order to increase the rate of purchases because the purchasing feelings of consumers are usually advantageous. Tata Motors has widened the range of the Nexon and the Harrier with new models and yesterday the Harrier was awarded the Camo variant.
Today an announcement about the launch in the Altroz premium hatchback of a new XM+ model has been released. The five-seater business has earned positive results since its market launch in January 2020 and posted its highest monthly sales figure last month. In the B2 hatch room courtesy of the newer Hyundai i20, the market is also rising.
The XM+ version, as its name indicates, is based on the XM variant but has some extra functions. The XM+ comes with an Android Auto and Apple CarPlay 7.0 “touch-screen infotainment device, with Apple Car Play and Android Auto networking support is included in the Tata Altroz XM+ model. It also gets power mounting, voice alerts, voice order reconnaissance, steer-mounted buttons and a remote pliable key. It also gets wider 16-inch rollers, where the 14-inch roller on the XM model is replaced.
Similar to XM remain other features in the XM+ version. Dual front airbags, electrically adjustable, foldable ORvMs, changing headrest, manual AC and inclinable control are provided, with a dual front airbag, aerial ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, ISOfix infant seat anchors, power windows, central locking, multiple modes of driving.
The equipment list also contains 16-inch wheels and remote folding key. The Tata Altroz XM+ edition can be used in four colours: High Street Yellow, Downtown Red, Midtown Grey, White Lane, etc. With a Global NCAP crash test ranking of five stars, it extends the Altroz spectrum and is also highly secure.
Tata Motors commented on the implementation of the new version: “We are sure that the release of the XM+ edition would improve the Altroz appeal by offering clients the possibility to enjoy a range of luxury features at a very attractive price.” The Altroz was built on the Impact 2 platform. The Altroz version of Altroz’s XM+ product is a very attractive product. Sold with a natural aspiration petrol of 1.2 litre, which produces 86 hp and a 1.5-liter diesel engine from Tiago. Both drives are combined with a manual transmission only.
The Altroz Turbo will also be released shortly by Tata. The new 1.2-liter petrol engine with 110 PS power output is powered by a turbo-charged version “as reported by www.cardekho.com”.