Tata Punch Launched At INR 5.49 Lakh
Tata has finally released the much-anticipated Punch, which costs Rs 5.49 lakh. The Tata ALFA platform underpins the Punch, which is powered by a single naturally aspirated petrol engine with two transmission options. The Tata Punch comes in seven different colour combinations and four different variations. Let’s take a look at the Punch’s rates and anything else you need to know.
For each variant, the Punch receives more customization packs. In the Pure variant, the Rhythm pack adds a floating 4-inch screen infotainment system with 4 speakers and steering-mounted audio controls, while in the Adventure variant, it adds a 7-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system with 2 tweeters, android auto, and apple car play, as well as a reverse camera. For both of these variations, the Rythm pack costs $35,000. The Dazzle package adds 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, LED DRLs, projector headlights, and A-pillar black tape to the accomplished variant. The Dazzle version will cost you Rs 45,000. Finally, The IRA pack upgrades the Creative variant to include IRA connected car technology. The IRA pack costs Rs 30,000 to purchase.
The Tata Punch features a towering SUV posture and aggressive design lines all around. It uses Tata’s Impact design language and is based on the Alpha architecture. Like the Harrier and Safari, it has split DRLs and headlamps, and the humanity grille runs across the front of the car. It has a wide front bumper with a tri-arrow design for the air intake flanked on either side by fog lamps to keep the SUV appearance going.
The side profile features butch wheel arches and panelling that runs from the front to the back bumper. The huge 16-inch alloy wheels do a good job of filling the wheel arches. A comet-like trail extends to the sides from the taillights. The taillights are illuminated with tri-arrow LEDs, which have a young appearance. The sculpture on the boot lid is reminiscent of the Tata Nexon and rests over a big bumper.
At first glance, it is clear that the interiors, like the exteriors, have maintained loyal to the HBX idea. It has a black and white dual-tone dashboard. The A/C vents are rectangles with blue borders. The steering wheel has a flat bottom with controls for radio, phone, and cruise control.
The Altroz’s semi-digital instrument cluster is borrowed by the Tata Punch. The Harman-developed touchscreen infotainment system, which will be compatible with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, takes centre stage. Auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, push-button start with keyless entry, automatic climate control, cooled glove box, 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone compatibility, a reverse parking camera, a 7-inch semi-digital instrument cluster, iRA connected car technology, selectable drive modes, cruise control, puddle lamps, and traction pro mode are just a few of the features available on the Tata Punch.
In the Global NCAP crash test, the Punch received 5 stars for adult occupant protection and 4 stars for child occupant protection. The Punch’s chassis is made up of a lot of high-strength steel. Dual airbags, ABS, EBD, CSC, brake sway control, and ISOFIX child mounts are all standard safety equipment.
The Tata Punch is powered by the same 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine that drives the Altroz. The engine is tuned for the Punch and produces 86 horsepower and 113 pound-feet of torque. The engine is available with either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT transmission.