2018 Tata Tigor Teased; Launch In Coming Days

New Tata Tigor 2018

The updated model will get the new headlamps with chrome inserts and new crystal inspired LED taillamps.

Tata’s sub-4 metre sedan – the Tigor is all set to receive a mild update ahead of the festive season. While the official launch of the new Tata Tigor 2018 facelift is slated to happen in coming days, the carmaker has released a couple of teaser pictures and a short teaser video. The recently updated teasers reveal the updated headlamps with chrome inserts and new crystal inspired LED taillamps of the sedan, enhancing its premium look. Read – New-gen Tata Safari Might Share Platform With Tata Harrier

Besides the minor design upgrades, the new Tata Tigor 2018 will also receive a new colour scheme. The fresh spy pictures suggest that the sedan will get a new 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with a reverse camera display. Read – Next-gen Tata Sumo Rendered With IMPACT Design 2.0 Philosophy

New Tata Tigor 2018 Teaser

The All New Tigor – Coming Soon

This festive season, dazzle the world with your confidence! Bestowed with white crystal effect on the crystal inspired LED tail lamps, the #AllNewTigor is coming soon to mesmerize your senses. Keep watching this space for more!

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Similar to the Nexon, this system could be compatible to the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with the navigation system. If offered, it will be reserved for the top-spec Tigor XZ (O) trim. Reports suggest that the carmaker might also enhance the safety quotient of the sedan by offering dual airbags and ABS (anti-lock braking system) as standard fitments. Read – Tata 45X Premium Hatchback To Take On Maruti Baleno 

Mechanically, the new Tata Tigor 2018 will be exactly similar to the current model. The petrol models will use the same 1.2L Revotron motor that’s good for 84bhp and 114Nm of torque, and the diesel variants will get the 1.05L Revotorq unit producing 69bhp with 140Nm of torque. All variants will come with a 5-speed manual transmission, while the select petrol models will be available with an AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox.

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