Tata showcases its first Styleback and is ready to be launched in India on 29th March 2017.

Tata Tigor Geneva Front
The Tigor is branded as the first Styleback from Tata

Tata Motors showcased its very first ‘Styleback’, the Tigor at the Geneva Motor Show. The Tigor measures 3992 mm in length, 1537 mm in height, 1677 mm in width. Wheelbase is also at a generous 2450 mm. The Tigor comes with the same Revotron 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder, petrol motor that does duty on the Tiago hatch. It comes with multi-drive modes as well. It will also get the diesel engine borrowed from the Tiago.

Tata has also worked on making the Tigor look different in comparison to the Tiago and the Zest. The bumpers are tweaked, there is a thin chrome strip that connects both the headlamps. Coming to the side of the car, one will notice the strong shoulder line. It also runs on a new set of alloys.

The interiors on the other hand are similar to the Tiago, but the Tigor gets some red detailing across the cabin of the car. The AC vent surrounds, gearknob, and the steering wheel get red inserts. The seat-belts and the stitching on the seats are red too. This looks quite racy and funky. There is a touchscreen infotainment system designed by HARMAN, that comes with various connectivity options. There are total eight speakers inside the car.

All set to launch in India on the 29th of March, the Tata Tigor will compete in the compact sedan segment which has quite a few rivals that are already well-established and fetching good sales.

Tata Tigor Launch

– The Tata Tigor follows the IMPACT design
– It comes with the Revotron 1.2-litre petrol motor
– The Tigors youthful design is a result of the sweat and toil of the Engineers at Tata

Tata Tigor Geneva Interiors
The touchscreen infotainment system gets all the connectivity options
Tata Tigor Geneva Dashboard
There are red accents across the cabin, that look quite attractive
Tata Tigor Geneva Rear
The rear seat of the Tigor gets a centre armrest too
Tata Tigor Geneva Rear
The rear of the car looks butch, with the shoulder line running throughout the car