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Tata Altroz Turbo Petrol With 7 Speed DCT


Tata Altroz Turbo Petrol With 7 Speed DCT

by admin | December 08, 2020


Tata Altroz will get 1.2 Turbo Petrol with 7 Speed Wet DCT

The Tata Altroz premium hatchback soon will get 1.2 turbo-petrol engine option and a new 7 Speed Dry DCT automatic gearbox options in India. Only the top-spec variant will get this automatic option. As per the several media source the DCT equipped Altroz will deliver better performance due to low kerb weight(1058kg).

Tata Motors new premium hatchback, the Altroz has successfully established itself among Indian car buyers since it's launch. The standard Altroz is available with either a 1.2L Revotron Naturally aspirated 3 cylinder petrol or a 1.5L Revotorq 4 cylinder turbo diesel engine. The 86PS petrol engine is fine for average users, however, it’s not enough for the enthusiasts.

Tata motors had already hinted at a Turbocharged petrol engine option on the Altroz. The turbo version of the shrugs Altroz has been spotted testing on public roads numerous times as well. Now, however, the powertrain specifications and variant details have been leaked online. Here are the details on the new Altroz turbo petrol:

  • Will be available with a 1.2L Revotron 3 cyl turbo petrol engine similar to the Tata Nexon.

  • Will produce a maximum power of 110PS (108bhp) and torque of 140NM through a 5 speed Manual gearbox.

  • Will be available with a Sport mode instead of the Economy mode.

  • Will also include Engine auto Start/Stop system on specific variants.

  • The turbo petrol option is likely to be available only on the top-spec variant.

  • The 'Tectonic Blue’ shade from the Nexon will also be made available on the Altro.

  • A DCT dry clutch automatic transmission option is expected to arrive very soon.

      Though there won't be significant cosmetic changes on the Turbo petrol variants except for the “Turbo” badge at the rear, the higher trim levels are expected to receive some new features such as 60:40 split-folding rear seats and connected car tech.

Pricing for the new turbo petrol equipped version is expected to start from Rs.7.99L for the XT variant and go up to Rs.8.75L for the XZ(O) variant. (All prices ex-showroom) Stay tuned for further updates on the Tata Altroz turbo version.


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    The Nissan Magnite production version was revealed a couple of weeks ago and now the price has been revealed online before its official launch. This new compact SUV is going to be the Make-it or Break-it product for Nissan India. Now we have got the details of the variants and features split-up of the new compact SUV. Here are some clear details on what to expect:

    Variants:

    The Magnite will be sold in four variants, namely the XE, XL, XV, and the XV premium. All variants except for the entry-level XE can be ordered with either the 1.0L non-turbo or the turbo petrol engine.

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    Let's take a look at the features on offer:

    XE Variant:

    • 16” wheels

    • Dual-tone interior

    • Dual-tone bumpers

    • Roof rails

    • All power windows

    • 3.5” LCD display

    • Dual airbags

    • ABS with EBD

    • Reverse sensors

    • Central locking

    • Pretensioner seatbelts

    XL Variant:

    • Electric ORVMs with auto fold

    • Auto climate control

    • 6 speaker audio system

    • Steering mounted audio controls

    XV (High):

    • 16” Dual tone alloy wheels

    • LED DRLs

    • LED fog lamps

    • 8” touchscreen

    • Wireless Android auto & Apple carplay

    • 7” TFT color instrument cluster

    • Voice commands

    • Reverse camera

    • Smart key access

    • Push-button start

    • 60:40 split-folding rear seat

    XV (Premium):

    • LED bi-projector headlamps

    • Cruise control

    • 360 degree surround View camera

    • Tire pressure monitoring

    • All black interior

    XV (Premium) Optional:

    • Dual-tone roof

    Technology pack

    The Nissan Magnite will also be available with an optional Technology Pack on the XV and XV Premium variants. Features on this package include:

    • Wireless smartphone charging

    • Air purifier

    • Ambient mood lighting

    • Puddle lamps

    • JBL speakers

    Exterior:

    The production-spec Nissan Magnite seems to retain most of the concept’s design elements including the large grille, the Sharp creases, and the funky alloy wheels. It has even the same sculpted bonnet and angular headlights. Since the Magnite was originally meant to be launched as a Datsun, the grille bears resemblance to the other Datsun models.

    The side profile looks muscular with prominent body cladding and large wheel arches which seem to dwarf the 16” wheels. The higher-spec variants also receive a dual-tone roof option, blacked-out pillars, and silver roof rails. At the back, the Magnite sports sharp-looking tail lamps which resemble those on the Triber's, a clean tailgate, and a dual-tone bumper. The Magnite is also set to be the first model in India to sport the new Nissan logo.

    Interior:

    The interior too is quite close to the concept with a large, centrally-mounted 8” touchscreen and layered dashboard with hexagonal AC vents.

    Powertrain:

    The Nissan Magnite will be available with two engine options. The first will be the 1.0L Energy series, 3 cylinders Naturally aspirated engine from the Renault Triber, producing 72PS Power through a 5-speed manual gearbox. The second powertrain will be a new HRA0 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol unit producing around 100PS (97bhp) of power and 160Nm of torque which will be mated to a 5-speed manual transmission option as well as an X-TRONIC CVT automatic gearbox. 

    The new HRA0 1.0 3 cylinders turbocharged engine will get mirror bore cylinder coating technology from its legendary sport's car Nissan GT-R which will help to reduce the resistance inside the powertrain and also it will increase the overall efficiency of the engine.

    The XE variant will be available only with the 1.0L naturally aspirated engine.

    Pricing and launch:

    The new Nissan Magnite will be launched with pricing by early December 2020. 

    All-new Nissan Magnite Compact SUV Expected Price will start from 5.5 lakh and the top-spec Turbo Petrol CVT variant will go up to 9.55 Lakh.

    All-new Nissan Magnite Variant wise price details (ex-showroom)

    • 1.0L Petrol XE - Rs 5,50,000
    • 1.0L Petrol XL - Rs 6,25,000
    • 1.0L Petrol XV - Rs 6,75,000
    • 1.0L XV Premium - Rs 7,65,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XL - Rs 7,25,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XV - Rs 7,75,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XV Premium - Rs 8,65,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XL CVT Rs 8,15,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XV CVT Rs 8,65,000
    • 1.0L Turbo Petrol XV Premium CVT Rs 9,55,000

    When launched, the Magnite will go against the Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Ford Ecosport, Mahindra XUV300, and the Honda WRV as well. 

    Stay tuned for further updates on the Nissan Magnite.

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    Hyundai India will be launching the new i20 premium hatchback by the end of this year. The i20 has been one among their best selling products and still is one among the most feature loaded hatchbacks in its category. This here is a quick walkthrough on the highlights of the new generation Hyundai i20.

    Exterior: 

           The new Hyundai i20, sports a completely different design language. On the front fascia, it features a new and larger hexagonal cascading grille with a more swooping bonnet and angular headlamps. The headlamps will feature LED lighting on the top spec trims along with inverted L shaped

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    DRLs. Projector fog lamps are also expected to be offered. The new i20 will be longer and wider than the current model. The sides have sharp, dynamic creases lending the car a more dynamic profile. The window line features Chrome detailing which flows from the A pillar to the top of the C pillar whereas the snazzy Z-shaped LED Tail lamps are connected by a red reflector bar. The new i20 will also receive unique looking 16” alloy wheels on the top spec variants.

    Interior:

           The new Hyundai i20's interior will feature a fresh and clean layout with a wraparound layered design. The interior is expected to sport a flowing cockpit theme while being loaded with features.

     Here's an extensive list of features on the new i20:

    • 10.25” touchscreen system

    • Blue link connectivity

    • Fully digital instrument cluster

    • Automatic climate control

    • Air purifier system

    • Ambient lighting

    • Leather upholstery

    • Ventilated seats

    • Split folding rear seats

    • Electric sunroof

    • Auto LED headlamps

    • Cruise control

    The new i20 will also offer more safety features:

    • Pretensioner seatbelts

    • 6 airbags

    • ABS with EBD

    • ESP with traction control

    • Hill hold control

    • ISOFIX child seat mounts

    • Smart key access

    • Geofencing & tracking

    Powertrains:

           The new i20 is expected to be available with two petrol engine options and one diesel engine. The standard 1.2L 4 cyl Kappa petrol engine will produce 83PS Power through either a 5 Speed manual transmission or a CVT. The 1.0L 3 cyl turbo petrol powertrain is expected to be carried over from the Aura Turbo producing a maximum output of 100PS through either a 6 speed manual gearbox, or the new IMT or a 7 speed DCT. The 1.5L turbo diesel engine from the Venue is also expected to be on offer producing 100PS Power through a 6 speed manual transmission.

    Launch & price:

           The all-new i20 is likely to be launched during the festive month of October this year and will go up against the new Tata Altroz, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, the new facelifted Honda Jazz and Toyota’s Glanza. Prices are expected to be around Rs20000 to Rs50000 higher than the current gen model which it will replace.


    Tata Motors has launched its flagship Safari 7-seat SUV on the 22nd February 2021. The new Safari ranges from Rs.14.69l to Rs.21.25l (ex showroom).

    The new Safari will be available in 6 variants in total.

    The Variants include:

    XE, XM, XT, XT+, XZ, XZ+

    The new gen Safari is essentially the 7 seat extended version of the Harrier 5 seat SUV based on the Land Rover derived OMEGA arc platform. Earlier this SUV was named the Buzzard at the Geneva auto expo, which was then changed to Gravitas for the Delhi auto expo last year. Now, Tata motors has finalized that it will be

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    the successor to legendary and iconic Safari SUV.

    Based on the Harrier, the Safari is around 60mm longer than the Harrier to accommodate the extra 2 seats while also being taller to provide better headroom for the 3rd row. Except for the larger dimensions and extra seats, the Safari is largely similar to the 5-seat Harrier. However, the front grille gets a slightly different treatment, featuring the signature Tri-arrow pattern finished in Chrome.

    The tailgate is more upright, giving the Safari a more boxy appearance and the SUV also features long functional roof rails for lifestyle utility. The top spec variants receive 18” dual tone alloy wheels with the design similar to the Harrier's whereas the lower spec variants carry forward the exact same 16” Steel wheels seen on the Harrier’s lower variants. The higher variants are also offered with a Panoramic sunroof.

    The new Safari is available  with 7 seats as standard while only the XZ and XZ+ will be optional with a 6 seat configuration.

    Here’s a detailed walkthrough on the features available on the different Variants:

    XE: Rs.14.69L

    • Projector headlamps

    • Functional roof rails (75kg load bearing)

    • Halogen bi-functional DRLs

    • Central locking

    • All-black interior

    • Telescopic steering wheel

    • Front center armrest with cooled storage

    • Power windows

    • Manual Air-con

    • Rear AC vents

    • Digital MID

    • 60:40 split 2nd row seats

    • Boss mode 2nd row

    • 50:50 split 3rd row

    • 16” Steel rims

    Standard safety features include:

    • Dual airbags

    • Pretensioner seatbelts

    • All wheel disc brakes

    • ABS with EBD

    • Corner stability control

    • ESP with traction control

    • Hill hold control

    • Roll over mitigation

    • Hydraulic brake assist

    • Electronic brake prefill

    • Brake disc wiping

    • Engine drag torque control

    • ISOFIX child seat mounts

    • Reverse sensors

    • Engine immobilizer

    • Perimetric alarm

    XM: Rs.16L (XMA : Rs.17.25L)

    • Front fog lamps

    • Rear wiper/washer and defogger

    • Electrically adjustable ORVMs

    • Driver seat height adjust

    • 7” touchscreen system

    • Reverse assist display

    • 6 speakers from Harman

    • Steering mounted audio controls

    • Rear armrest

    • Remote central locking

    • Multi drive modes : City, Eco and Sport

    XT: Rs.17.45L

    • 18” single tone alloys

    • Soft touch dash top

    • Dual tone interior

    • Reverse camera

    • Android Auto & Apple carplay

    • IRA connect features

    • What 3 words

    • Smart key access

    • Push button start

    • Power folding ORVMs

    • Cruise control

    • Auto climate control

    • Auto Headlamps & wipers

    • Mood lighting

    • Auto dimming IRVM

    • Tyre pressure monitoring system

    XT+: Rs.18.25L

    • Panoramic sunroof

    XZ: Rs.19.15L (XZA : Rs.20.40L)

    • Dual tone machined 18” alloys

    • Xenon projector headlamps

    • Oyster white Leather upholstery

    • Leather wrap steering and gear lever

    • 7” semi digital instrument cluster

    • 8.8” touchscreen system

    • 9 speakers from JBL with subwoofer

    • 6 way Powered driver seat

    • Driver lumbar adjust

    • Terrain response modes (Wet and rough modes)

    Additional safety features include:

    • 6 Airbags

    • Hill descent control

    XZ+: Rs.19.99L (XZA+ : Rs.21.25L)

    • Panoramic sunroof

    As a surprise, Tata motors has also launched the ADVENTURE PERSONA special edition of the Safari which sports a few significant cosmetic changes. This special edition features a new Tropical Mist body colour along with piano Black replacing the Chrome inside and out. The Grille, window line and door handles are finished in piano Black while the R18 alloy wheels are finished in charcoal grey. The interior too gets a different treatment, with an all black dashboard featuring a lot more piano Black and the oyster white upholstery replaced by Earthy brown(beige) on the seats and door pads.

    This special Adventure Persona edition is priced at Rs.20.20L for the manual and Rs.21.45L for the Automatic.

    Powertrain:

           The Safari, just like the Harrier is available with a diesel engine mated to a 6 speed manual transmission as standard. A 6 speed torque converter automatic transmission is available only on the XMA, XZA and XZA+ variants. The 2L Kryotec turbo diesel produces 170PS Power and 350NM torque. From the XM variant onwards, the Safari is available with three drive modes; Eco, City and Sport. The XZ and XZ+ variants also get Terrain response modes which includes a Wet mode and Rough road mode as well.

    Rivals:

     Tata’s new flagship SUV will compete against the likes of the MG Hector plus and the next generation Mahindra XUV500.