Tata Altroz is a good-looking car in its stock form. However, a dealer from southern part of India has modified one to make it look even more appealing.
The introduction of Tata Altroz marked the very beginning of the New Year for its manufacturer as it became the very first launch from the homegrown carmaker in 2020. With sharp styling based on Tata’s Impact 2.0 design language, Altroz is a looker. It gets a lot of features and some fresh design elements that were never seen in a car of this segment. However, it looks like in a bid to further enhance the styling, an enthusiast has endowed the vehicle with some sublte yet effective modifications. All the additions seem to come from the official accessories list. The said car has been detailed in a video that surfaced internet recently.
The car in the video is the XZ(O) trim of the Altroz wearing a shade of red paint. It gets the dual-tone treatment for the roof as standard from the factory and is an attention seeker in its stock form. The modifier, however, has used the official accessories suite to spruce up the car’s exterior and interior. The customizer has detailed the car with black and red inserts on the outside to give it a contrasting look. The reflectors and rear fog lamps on the car have been tinted out for a smoked effect, while the front air dam, grille, and rear diffuser are painted in glossy black. The brake callipers are painted red to further improve the car’s appearance.
Inside, the car gets a contrasting red and black theme for the upholstery. The attention to detail is something to be appreciated as the armrests are also finished in this red-black colour scheme. The red colour being the dominant one jazzes up the ambience of the cabin and also give the interior of the car a sporty appeal.
The modification job is a dealer-level task and price mentioned for the same in the video is Rs. 35,000. However, the prices for this could vary among dealers as there’s not fixed price for some of the mods featured on the vehicle. Also, these minimal modification efforts do not account for any RTO endorsement, thus they are safe and no challan can be issued on them.