The recently spied Tata Punch had a dual tone exterior paint scheme
The soon-to-be launched Tata Punch has been spied numerous times. However, the compact crossover’s interior had not been seen in full. Until now, that is.
Stepping inside the Punch, one would find a stepped, dual tone dashboard with rectangular air vents, a ‘floating’ infotainment touchscreen, semi-digital instrument cluster and a multifunctional steering wheel.
Many of the switchgear seen on the inside of the Punch have been borrowed from the Altroz, but the layout is unique to the compact crossover.
There are nice touches like the door cards featuring the same contrasting trim as on the dash, metallic accents on the door pulls and speakers on the A-pillars.
The seats of this particular example come without contrasting stitching, and there is no armrest between the front chairs, as the model is likely not the top grade. From the pictures, space in the rear does not look ample either. However, one has to reserve judgement until the car is seen in person.
Height adjustable headrests are offered for the front and rear outboard passengers, and they will get 3-point seat belts too. But, the rear middle occupant only gets a lap belt.
The boot space of the Punch has also been spied. As can be seen from the video, it is not big, but is par for the course in the segment it will compete in.
Although the carmaker has yet to completely reveal the dimensions of the crossover, thanks to the recently spied Tata Punch sitting next to the Altroz, with which it shares its platform, one can get to see how it compares.
Expect the Punch to be launched very soon. It will be positioned below the Nexon in Tata’s domestic portfolio and will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine teamed to either a 5-speed manual gearbox or an AMT.