Interiors – The highlight here is the 90-degree opening doors which allow for effortless access into the cabin. We found the height of the Altroz to be perfect further enhancing ingress and egress. Once inside, the cabin is voluminous and airy. We love the multi-layered dashboard and the chunky steering wheel. Altroz also features the Harrier-like part-digital, part-analogue instrumentation with clear graphics and legible font. Tata has also used distinct textures on the dashboard.
The feature-loaded cabin combined with the 90-degree opening doors give the Altroz a premium & spacious feel
Tata has loaded the Altroz with all the necessary features. Top-end XZ variant gives you climate control, ambient lighting, cruise control, steering mounted audio controls, rear armrest, push-button start and a 7.0-inch touch screen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The system is good to use and the sound system has great clarity. However, LED headlights, auto-dimming IRVM is sorely missing.
Space is sufficient in the front and the seats are very supportive. There is a good range of adjustment both for the seat and the steering wheel. The backseats offer great legroom and headroom seems decent. The tall and well-shaped headrests make it comfortable for long journeys. It also features rear AC vents.
The interior is very practical and spacious with supportive seats
Storage spaces are ample and the 345 litres of boot space is good enough for your typical airport run. It can extend to 665 litres if you fold down the rear seats.