Tata Altroz Dark Edition Rendered
This is how we think the dark edition variant might end up looking like

It was three days ago that we revealed that Tata might launch a Dark Edition Altroz, after we got our hands on the trademark filings for the same that the automaker had made.

Tata had applied for the “#Dark” trademark for models such as the Tiago and Tigor, apart from the Altroz. It also applied for the Camo trademark, but let us save that topic for later.

Having the Harrier Dark Edition already on sale in the market would have provided Tata the necessary insight along with data about customer interest, sales, among others, about bringing another dark edition model.

Thus, if it indeed goes on to launch the Altroz Dark Edition, it could well end up looking like this, well, according to us that is. The car can already be had with a black roof, while the ORVMs and the rear section too sport black trim.

Apart from the obvious paint scheme, its 16-inch alloys which are dual tone in the regular variant, would also come in black in the Dark Edition Altroz. But, Tata is expected to retain the chrome trim upfront to provide a bit of a contrast. We might even be treated to a few more flashy bits, but that cannot be said for sure.

If we go by what Tata did with the Harrier Dark Edition, then the interior of the Altroz Dark Edition is also expected to get a completely black upholstery and dark trim bits, possibly in gunmetal grey, replacing the very few light coloured ones that are already present in the cabin.

Also, the Tata Altroz Dark Edition is expected to be based on either the XZ trim or the XZ(O) trim only, with the new edition demanding a premium over the said trims.

Engine options and features are expected to stay the same with the blacked-out premium hatchback. But, if it were left up to me, I would preserve the dark variant for the upcoming turbo petrol option and contrast it with some red bits.

Tata Altroz Dark Edition

  • Upcoming Tata Altroz Dark Edition rendered
  • The car will come with a blacked-out look, including the wheels
  • Interior of premium hatchback will also adopt more dark bits
Tata Altroz Engines
The Altroz, we reckon, will look good in black and we might not be alone