Tata Altroz Black Edition Looks Scintillating In This Rendering

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 26/09/2020
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Tata Altroz Dark Edition looks scintillatingly beautiful in this all-black themed rendering. Take a look at it here.

Tata Altroz is one good-looking car to come out from the indigenous carmaker’s stable. As of now, it is offered with five colour options – High Street Gold, Skyline Silver, Downtown Red, Midtown Grey, and Avenue White. On the other hand, the biggest offering from Tata Motors – Harrier, it is offered with an option of a black paint scheme in the form of Dark Edition. While this isn’t the case with the Altroz, it is expected to be the same soon because Tata Motors has filed trademark registrations for Dark Edition for a few of its products. Altroz is expected to be a part of that list, so our in-house rendering specialist – Shoeb R. Kalania decided to come up with a rendering of the same.

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Tata Altroz Black Edition Looks Scintillating In This Rendering

Well, in the picture above, it can be seen how the Altroz Dark Edition will look like. In comparison to the regular Altroz, it features a few changes. To start with, the most noticeable of all is the black paint scheme. Also, it has been thoroughly de-chromed, and the chrome bits have been replaced with piano-black inserts. Furthermore, it gets a different set of alloy wheels, which too are painted in black. In its regular avatar, the Altroz boasts of a lot of piano-black elements. Hence, Tata Motors would not need to alter a lot of panels on the Altroz, when designing the Dark Edition of the hatchback.

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 Talking of the powertrain, Tata Altroz is offered with two engine options – 1.2L Revotron petrol and 1.5L Revotorq diesel. The former puts out a peak power output of 86 PS and max torque of 113 Nm. The oil burner, on the other hand, is designed to propel 90 PS and 200 Nm of rated output. Currently, these engines are offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox only, but an optional automatic gearbox is under development. Also, Tata Motor is testing a turbo-petrol motor for the Altroz, which is expected to push out a power output in the range of 120 PS and max torque of around 140 Nm. It is likely to come mated to either a 6-speed MT or a 7-speed DCT.

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