Take a look at this first-ever modified example of Tata Altroz in the country. It gets custom bumper splitters, exhaust, rims and more.
Tata Altroz is designed on the baselines of Impact 2.0 design language. Hence, it joins the list of most-handsome cars that are currently on sale in India. It starts at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 5.44 lakh and goes up to Rs. 9.09 lakh. Tata Altroz rivals the likes of Maruti Baleno, Hyundai Elite i20, VW Polo and more. While modified examples of all of its rivals can be spotted easily, it is really hard to come across a modified Tata Altroz. However, here’s one, and it has all the bling that is required to catch the attention of nearly everyone around it.
This particular example belongs to Amaljith, who hails from Konni, Kerala. Talking of the modifications, this Altroz now rides on a set of 17-inch AD rims, which are shod with Michelin tyres. These silver-finished multi-spoke rims do add a sportier appeal to the hatchback. Moreover, the owner has wrapped the chrome bits with piano-black vinyl sheets. The brake callipers of this modified Tata Altroz are painted in a Ferrari Yellow paint scheme.
The stock exhaust has been replaced with a Valvetronic exhaust sourced from Remus. The bling and shine it gets is the courtesy of ceramic coating that was done by Platin Ceramic. On the front bumper, it now gets a custom lip with shark fin-like splitters and gel number plates. Also, the headlamps feature a smoked effect now. The stock lug nuts and valve caps are replaced with those sourced from Blox.
The Altroz is available with two engine options – 1.2L petrol and 1.5L diesel. The former is designed to put out a rated power output of 86 PS against a peak torque of 113 Nm, whereas the latter pushes out a rated power and torque output of 90 PS and 200 Nm, respectively. As of now, the Altroz can be had with a 5-speed manual gearbox only. However, Tata Motors has planned to introduce a more premium dual-clutch automatic at a later stage. Currently, the indigenous brand is preparing to launch the turbo-petrol variant of the Altroz, which would boast of a peak power output of 108 PS and max torque of 140 Nm.