Tata to ‘Punch’ competition in micro SUV segment on October 20

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The company has officially started booking this car from Rs 21,000 and its deliveries will start after the official launch.

New Delhi: Tata Motors on Monday officially unveiled its much-awaited Micro SUV Punch. Also, the company has announced that its car will be launched in India on October 20.

However, till now the company has not made any official announcement regarding the prices of this car. But it is being speculated that the company will launch this car with an aggressive price. Also, the company has officially started booking for this car. The booking amount for this car has been fixed at Rs 21,000 and the deliveries of this car will start after the official launch.

Let us tell you that the company has also given doors that open at an angle of 90 degrees with this car. Earlier, Tata has also experimented with its popular premium hatchback Altroz, which has received a great response. Indeed, having 90-degree doors makes it very easy to get in or out of the car for any given ride. This property proves to be very comfortable especially for the elderly.

In this micro SUV, the company has used a 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, Revotron petrol engine. This is the same engine that has been used on the Tata Tiago.

On the other hand, if we talk about the dimensions of this car, then from this list you can know how small or big this new offering of Tata is compared to some flagship hatchbacks and other micro SUVs in the market.

According to the information, Tata will launch a total of four trims of Punch – Pure, Adventure, Exclusive and Creative. These trims will be offered with both manual and automatic gearbox options. Apart from this, this car can be offered in three single tone and 6 dual tone color options.

Recently Tata released teaser video

Recently, Tata had released another teaser video of the Punch, in which the car is seen moving smoothly on bumpy roads.

Looking at this video, it is being speculated that this new offering from Tata Motors will be equipped with many terrain modes.

First published:October 4, 2021, 3:05 pm

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