2020 Tata Tiago (Facelift) Spotted Testing Ahead of Auto Expo Debut

by Harish Kumar | 04/11/2019
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The latest spy video of Tata Tiago facelift shows the heavily-camouflaged mule during its testing in India ahead of Auto Expo 2020 debut

Along with the official local unveiling of the Tata Altroz lined up for next month, Tata Motors is contemplating giving a facelift to its entire product range by the end of 2020. The successful Tata Tiago will also see an update next year. Earlier last month, a set of spy pics of the Tiago facelift emerged online, giving us some idea of its Altroz-like front profile. Now, the updated hatchback was spotted on test once again, showing a fair bit of cosmetic tweaks as opposed to the ongoing version.

2020 Tata Tiago Facelift BS6 SPY Video | Area of Interest

As we know, the 2020 Tata Tiago (facelift) will sport a host of new design cues derived from the soon-to-be-launched Tata Altroz. The design changes on the front fascia include new sharper headlamps with LED daytime running lamps, revised front bumpers and fog lamps, horizontal slats on the lower part along with a mesh grille. The new car inherits the same side profile from the current model while the rear end features a revamped bumper and tweaked tail lamps. Also, the facelifted Tiago might come with a rearview camera that has been given a miss on the existing version.

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tata tiago facelift front angle

The Tata Tiago facelift is set to be unveiled at the 2020 Auto Expo.

The upcoming Tata Tiago is expected to undergo some subtle revisions inside its cabin as well and again takes inspiration from the Altroz. These interior changes will be aimed at lifting the upmarket feel on the inside of the vehicle with more soft-touch materials and premium bits.

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Underneath its body will be the same 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine that will come in BS6 compliant form. The power and torque output are expected to be as same as that of the current one, too. In a meanwhile, the diesel engine will be axed out as in line with the carmaker’s plan to discontinue small diesel vehicles due to the high upgrading cost to the BSVI compliance. Transmission options are limited to a 5-speed MT and an AMT.

- Video, Images Credits: Area of Interest

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