Tata Motors is displaying the Tigor Geneva Edition at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show, and also announced the launch date of the compact sedan to be on March 29th.
Unlike the usual “hatchback with a stuck-on boot” looks, which sub-4 metre sedans are known for, the Tigor has been styled like a fastback, which it calls ‘Styleback’. The design will be Tata’s USP.
The Tigor Geneva Edition flaunts a chrome “Humanity Line” at the front that extends into the projector headlamps to create the face of the car. This emphasises the flowing, visual width of the front, while the chrome eyebrow adds a premium touch. The strong shoulder line (Slingshot line) executed around the car highlights the LED Tail Lamps, further accentuates the length of the car.
Interiors of the Tigor Geneva Edition sports body-coloured glossy accents on the steering wheel, air-con vents and gear lever. The seats and door pads feature body-coloured contrast stitching, while the seat belts are body-coloured as well.
Equipment wise, it packs Harman audio and touchscreen infotainment system with 8 speakers, reversing camera display, steering mounted controls and many more.
The Tigor (Geneva Edition) will be offered with 1.2 litre 3-cylinder Revotron petrol engine which comes with multi driving modes. Tata Motors hasn’t revealed the numbers for the Tigor yet, and neither about the diesel engine. Its not yet clear if the regular Tigor too gets only the petrol engine.
The car measures 3992 mm in length, 1677 mm in width, and 1537 mm in height. Wheelbase measures 2450 mm.
With the design being its USP, Tata seem to have another winner in its hands.