Tata Punch SUV Revealed- Expected Price Rs 5 Lakhs
Tata’s next micro-SUV will be called the Punch. The Tata HBX SUV, which was previously known as the Tata HBX, has been photographed in production trim. The new Tata Punch micro-SUV, which sits beneath the Nexon, is the brand’s smallest SUV. The production-spec Tata Punch’s major takeaway is that it stays true to the concept.
As previously said, the production-spec Tata Punch is extremely close to the design seen earlier, but it has been slightly toned down. With a similar split-headlamp configuration and Tata’s humanity line grille, the Punch embraces the family design language seen on Tata’s larger SUVs, such as the Harrier and Safari.
The front bumper and body cladding have been toned down from the concept, but the squared wheel arches and upright stance still give it a real SUV-like aspect, according to the photograph supplied by Tata Motors. The roof has a lovely floating aspect thanks to the dual-tone exterior paint options. The Punch comes equipped with a set of beautiful 16-inch wheels.
While the interiors have yet to be disclosed, the dashboard design is expected to be similar to the concept, with a free-standing 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system and squarish air-con vents. Many interior components, like the three-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, HVAC controls, and even the part-digital instrument cluster with a digital tachometer and traditional speedometer, will be shared across the Punch and the Altroz.
The Tata Punch SUV micro-SUV is expected to be powered by two 1.2-liter engines. The lower-spec version will be a normally aspirated engine that will power the Tiago and Tigor, while higher-spec models will be equipped with a 1.2-liter turbocharged engine.
The Tata Punch SUV is expected to have a starting price of just about Rs 5 lakh when it is released. The Punch will compete against high-riding crossovers such as the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and the upcoming Hyundai Casper. It will also compete with the Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger, which are both entry-level compact SUVs.