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The Altroz iTurbo gets a new Harbour Blue colour option and as its name suggests, a turbocharged petrol engine.
The premium hatchback will not only get a new engine and paint option, there are new features it will come with too.
The firm is also set to provide a DCT gearbox option along with the newest turbo variant.
The automaker will be sourcing the 7-speed unit from German supplier Schaeffler.
The new variant comes with a touchscreen, voice command recognition, voice alerts, among other features.
The more powerful petrol variant will be priced from Rs. 7.99 lakhs and will be offered in four trim levels.
The automaker has reduced the ex-showroom cost of the diesel variants by Rs. 40,000/-.