Tata Punch facelift spotted testing for the first time: Gets Punch EV inspired design |


domestic vehicle manufacturers Tata Motors In the last few months, many important cars have been launched including the new Harrier, Safari, Nexon facelift. suv And most recently the all-electric Tata Punch.EV. And now the company is preparing to launch tata punch facelift Micro SUV. Punch was launched Indian market Will return in 2021 and will be revamped. And now for the first time, the Punch facelift has been spotted testing in India.

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The spotted car has been covered extensively, so it is difficult to tell anything about its new design. But its straightforward silhouette looks similar to the current model. The design of the Punch facelift will take inspiration from the Punch.EV and will feature a similar front end with full-width LED DRLs and a split headlamp setup. The micro-SUV will also feature a redesigned lower bumper and a repositioned Tata logo along with a radiator grille with larger air intakes.

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Apart from the newly designed 16-inch alloy wheels on the sides, there will be no major changes and there will be minimal cosmetic changes at the rear too. This will include a redesigned tailgate with a sleeker bumper and revised taillights with LEDs. Other highlights will include reflectors on the bumper, high-mounted stop lamp, shark-fin antenna and integrated spoiler.

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Moving inside, we expect the cabin of the Punch facelift to be similar to what we have seen in the Punch EV. The micro-SUV will feature a redesigned dashboard layout with twin 10.25-inch screens for the infotainment and instrument cluster. In terms of features, it gets ventilated seats, a 360-degree camera, an electronic parking brake with auto-hold, an air purifier, cornering fog lamps, an electric sunroof, wireless phone charging, connected car technology, wireless Apple CarPlay. hopefully. /Android Auto and much more.

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Mechanically, the Punch will continue with the same 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder, NA petrol engine with 86 hp of power and 113 Nm of torque. Transmission options will include a 5-speed manual or AMT automatic. We expect Tata to offer the Punch facelift with CNG and turbo petrol options at launch, but there is no confirmation. When launched, the Punch facelift will continue to compete with the likes of Hyundai Xcent, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Maruti Ignis, Renault Kiger, Nissan Magnite and others.
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