It looks like a million bucks, but with prices starting at ₹5.29 lakh for the petrol version and ₹6.99 lakh for the diesel, the new Altroz is hoping to shake things up in the premium hatch category. The Altroz will also be the first car in the category to come factory-fitted with option packs (six different packs available) that allow customers to choose better media systems or cosmetic add-ons without having to shell out more for the higher variant. Besides the Altroz, the 2020 models of the Tiago, Tigor and Nexon were also introduced, all of them featuring additional features and mild cosmetic changes. The 2020 Nexon, however, is also the first Tata car to feature the IRA-connected car platform that features Xpress Cooling, Connected Drive, Natural Speech Voice Recognition with Hinglish support and navigation using What3Words, which maps the whole planet in 3m chunks of squares, getting you to your destination more accurately and easily than any other service. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, digital instrument cluster are also part of the new feature list, but coming back to the Altroz… just look at it!
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