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Tata Punch: Four Main Trim Levels Offered Buyers will be able to choose from four trim levels – Pure, Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative (shown here). 7.0 inch touchscreen infotainment system with voice control functionality, engine start and stop button, height adjustable driver’s seat, cruise control available on Accomplied trim. Alloy wheels, partially digital instrument panel, projector headlights, automatic climate control, refrigerated glove box, leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, iRA connected car features offered on the Creative trim.
Tata Punch drives to Sandakphu As part of its test procedures, the Tata Punch was successfully driven to the top of Sandakphu mountain.
Tata Punch Gets Engine Start and Stop Functionality The Tata Punch will have an engine start and stop feature to help improve fuel efficiency.
Tata Punch AMT for Traction Pro Mode Tata Motors is adding a “Traction Pro” mode to the AMT version of Punch, which will help the mini-SUV avoid getting stuck in difficult, soft road conditions.
Tata Punch: engine and gearbox The Tata Punch is fitted with Tata’s 1.2-liter Revotron petrol engine, capable of doing 0 to 60 km / h in 6.5 seconds and 0 to 100 km / h in 16, 5 seconds. Manual and AMT options will be offered at launch.
Tata Punch Ground Clearance The Tata Punch’s unladen ground clearance is rated at 187mm and the SUV rides on 16-inch alloy wheels. The trunk space is 366 liters.
Tata Punch: Design Martin Uhlarik, head of design at Tata Motors, explains that the Punch derives from the design and styling elements of the Harrier and Nexon, and was made to appear larger than it actually is.
Tata Punch: From H2X to HBX We reviewed the Punch as a concept as an HBX concept, which was revealed at Auto Expo 2020. This time, however, the HBX was a close-to-production concept, the only ones elements specific to the show car being the large off-road tires and other off-road-oriented styling cues.
Tata Punch: The Origins We first saw the Tata Punch in the form of the H2X concept, which made its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. But that wasn’t the last time we saw it. as a concept …
Unveiling of Tata Punch: One hour to go! Hello and welcome, gentlemen, to Tech2’s live coverage of the unveiling of Tata’s all-new SUV, the Punch! The reveal event starts in about an hour, so sit back as we bring you all LIVE updates from the event.
Today is the day – Tata Motors will show you almost everything there is to know about its new SUV, the Tata Punch. Reservations for the Punch will open today as Tata prepares to launch what will be its smallest SUV to date in the second half of October.
Presented at Auto Expo 2020 as a near-production H2X concept, the Punch is the second Tata model after the Altroz to be based on the company’s new age ALFA architecture. The Punch will be Tata Motors’ most affordable SUV and will fit under the Nexon in the company’s SUV lineup.
The Tata Punch takes on the upright stance of the H2X concept, beefy front end and muscular wheel arches – elements that are sure to attract the crowd of SUV enthusiasts. A few teasers shared online over the past few days also confirm that the Punch will retain some of the styling cues seen on the H2X concept, including its funky taillights.
Much like the exterior, the Tata Punch reflects the H2X concept on the interior, leaving out some elements of the concept car. The Punch’s dashboard has a straight, blocky look, sporting a two-tone gray and ivory theme. Many elements inside the Punch have been carried over from the Altroz, including its partially digital instrument panel, steering wheel and air conditioning switches. The Harman 7.0-inch floating touchscreen infotainment system is also borrowed from the Altroz.
While the Tata Punch should only be offered in gasoline form, it is likely to have both the naturally aspirated 1.2-liter engine option (as seen in the Tiago, Tigor and Altroz) as well as the turbo engine option (as seen in the Altroz). Gearbox options for the Tata HBX will likely include a five-speed manual and an automated manual transmission. There won’t be a diesel option, but Tata would develop an all-electric version of the Punch for the future.
For now, the Tata Punch is unlikely to have any direct rivals, and the models that come closest to it are the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and the long forgotten Mahindra KUV100. That said, Hyundai is developing its own mini-SUV (codenamed AX1), which is expected to arrive in India next year. Expect Tata Punch prices to be in the range of Rs 5-7.5 lakh (ex-showroom).