Tata Tigor Geneva Edition Showcased

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Tata Motors has showcased a special ‘Geneva Edition’ of its upcoming car, the Tata Tigor sedan. The company says this is a designer’s rendition of the first Styleback that will be launched in India shortly. The release also states that the Tigor Geneva Edition is the next step in the IMPACT design journey.

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More from the Press Release: From ‘INtelligent’ use of space to ‘INviting’ interiors and connectivity features that make you feel ‘INtouch’ with the world inside and outside, the TIGOR Geneva Edition exudes the feeling of youthfulness. The product is not only crafted to perfection from the inside but also smartly designed on the outside with EXpressive, EXciting’, and EXtraordinary exterior features.

This new Tigor Geneva Edition gets a chrome ‘Humanity Line’ at the front that extends into the projector headlamps. This helps showcase the visual width of the front. Next, the chrome eyebrow adds a premium touch too.

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The car is also equipped with smart and exclusive connectivity systems including a HARMAN developed infotainment system. The infotainment system comes with a touchscreen to access the various connectivity options and supports the park assist system with a display for the rear camera. With eight high fidelity speakers designed to deliver true and natural sound and steering mounted controls for the infotainment system, the TIGOR Geneva Edition ensures that driving is fun and convenient.

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The Tata Tigor sedan will launched at under Rs 4 lakh making it the most affordable sedan by a huge margin. It will get a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.05-litre diesel engine. Tata will also offers an optional AMT with the car. For more details head over our previous article here

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