2022 Tata Tiago, Tigor CNG Variants To Launch Tomorrow
Tata Motors has updated its Tiago and Tigor models for 2022, adding new colour options and more features. However, the changes are only available on the top-spec XZ+ variants of both models.
The Tiago and Tigor 2022 XZ+ variants, as well as the Tiago and Tigor CNG, will be officially launched tomorrow. We can also confirm that the Tiago CNG will have four variants and the Tigor CNG will have two variants at launch, which is scheduled for tomorrow.
The 2022 Tiago receives a new Midnight Plum colour option on the exterior, which will be exclusive to the XZ+ variant. This new colour will be available alongside Flame Red, Opal White, Daytona Grey, and Arizona Blue. LED daytime running lights, projector headlamps, chrome trim on the front grille, door handles, and tailgate round out the updates to the Tiago XZ+.
The 2022 Tiago gains a dual-tone black and beige theme inside the cabin, which is exclusive to the XZ+ variant. The rest of the range retains the previous black and grey interior theme.
With this update, the Tigor also receives significant changes. The sub-4m sedan now has a new Magnetic Red colour option that is only available on the XZ+ variant. For a dual-tone exterior theme, the new paint can be combined with a new Infinity Black Roof. The Tigor is also available in Opal White, Arizona Blue, Pure Silver, and Daytona Grey. Furthermore, the TigorXZ+’s 15-inch alloy wheels are now finished in Sonic Silver rather than the Tiago’s dual-tone finish.
Rain-sensing wipers and automatic headlamps are now standard on the 2022 Tigor XZ+ trim. New seat fabric and a dual-tone black and beige interior theme are among the other interior changes to the Tigor XZ+.
2022 Tiago and Tigor are both powered by a single 1.2-litre, three-cylinder Revotron petrol engine with 86hp and 113Nm. With the Tiago and Tigor, Tata offers 5-speed manual and AMT transmission options.
It’s worth noting that the Tigor has an electric sibling, the Tigor EV and that with the introduction of its CNG variant, the Tigor will be India’s only sedan available in petrol, CNG, and electric guises.
Tata Motors has announced a 0.9 per cent increase in passenger vehicle prices beginning January 19, depending on the variant and model. The price increase was justified by the company as a result of a significant increase in overall input costs.
Tata Motors, on the other hand, has decided to offer price protection to all customers who have booked cars on or before January 18, 2022. In response to customer feedback, the company has also reduced prices by up to Rs 10,000 on specific variants.