Alongside first car under the TAMO sub-brand – the Racemo sports coupe, Tata Motors had also showcased special Geneva Editions of two of its upcoming products – the Tigor compact sedan and the Nexon Compact SUV.
The Tigor Geneva Edition featured a restyled front and rear bumpers, along with a faux skid plate up-front. It also runs on a new set of alloys. Inside gets some red detailing across the cabin of the car with red inserts on the AC vent surrounds, gearknob, and the steering wheel. The seat-belts and the stitching on the seats are red too. This looks quite racy and funky.
Scheduled for an India launch on 29th March 2017, the Tigor is the compact sedan version of the Tiago hatchback that’s currently on-sale. The rear section gets a sporty appearance with swooping roof flows almost coupé-like into the boot section; it’s a look Tata’s marketers call ‘Styleback’.
Noteworthy features on the top-spec XZ grades include a Harman touchscreen infotainment system with 8-speakers, steering-mounted audio controls, multi-info display, City and Eco Driving modes, and automatic climate control. The Tigor is claimed to offer a class-leading 420 litres of boot volume.
Engine options are identical to that of the Tiago. These include a 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder diesel and a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol. Both the motors are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. A 5-speed Easy-Shift AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) from the Tiago will be made available at a later stage.
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