The country's leading automaker Tata Motors has recently unveiled its smallest SUV Tata Punch. This car of the company has been kept very similar to its concept model introduced at the 2020 Auto Expo. At the time of unveiling this micro SUV, the company had given a glimpse of its front, while now the company has released a new teaser video, in which its rear profile can be seen. Let us tell you that this is going to be the cheapest SUV of Tata Motors. Which the company can launch in the festive season this year.
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Coming to the rear profile of the Tata Punch, the tailgate has strong creases and body lines, which are visible above the taillamps, and the Tata logo is located on the tailgate. It gets wrap-around LED tail-lamps with a Y-shaped insert, and the shape of the tail-light is also similar to the concept. It gets blacked-out pillars, and the rear door handle has been integrated into the wide blacked-out C-pillar. The teaser also reveals the dual-tone paint scheme, which is seen in a light blue color combination with a contrasting white roof.
The roof rails have been finished in black while the plastic cladding is visible across the body. The brake light is mounted on a roof-integrated spoiler. It gets a massive rear lower bumper, which is similar to the concept. However, it does not get the silver-finished faux skid plates. The lower bumper gets the all-black treatment with split faux skid plates and blacked-out plastic cladding. The small SUV rides on machine-cut alloy wheels.
The teasers confirm that the punch SUV's styling has lived up to its concept. The front design is largely inspired by the Tata Harrier, with the signature Tata grille, split headlamps with LED DRLs at the top and the main headlamp placed below the bumper. It gets a chrome underlining for the upper front grille and DRLs, while the lower grille sports an inverted tri-arrow design on the mesh. The SUV gets bigger bumpers with a wider air intake and round-shaped fog lamps.
The new Tata Punch is likely to share the internal layout with the concept. It will get a floating touchscreen infotainment system, multi-functional steering wheel, fabric seats, Harman audio system, semi-digital instrument console, ambient lighting, ABS with EBD, cornering stability, parking sensors, etc. Tata will offer it in two petrol engine options. This will include a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine and 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol. Transmission options are likely to include a 5-speed manual and an AMT unit. The micro SUV may also get drive modes.