Based on the ALFA platform and featuring the Impact 2.0 Design Language like the Tata Harrier, the Tata Altroz will come with a contemporary exterior design, a premium cabin with a high-quality cabin along with multiple engine and transmission options. Moreover, the flexible ALFA structure also allows the home-grown automaker to develop a pure electric version of the Tata Altroz, which was also showcased at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
Inheriting the strengths from the two predecessors, the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios is aimed at keeping the legacy going; in the meanwhile, the Tata Altroz is an all-new hatchback in the Indian auto market. How do these two vehicles fare against each other? Read on to discover.
While the Renault Triber has no immediate rival in its category, the Triber fares against premium hatchback segment where the Tata Altroz has just come in. How the Tata Altroz vs Renault Triber compares with each other on paper and on the roads, we’ll find out.
While the Honda Jazz has been around in the Indian auto market for some time now, the Tata Altroz has just been launched last year. Can this newcomer effectively compete against one of its direct rivals, read this detailed Honda Jazz vs Tata Altroz to discover.
Tata Altroz Turbo was recently spotted on a public road without camouflage. The new Altroz Turbo is likely to go on sale in the upcoming festive season and will lock horns with the Maruti Baleno and the new Hyundai i20