Motoroids reader re-imagines the Tiago as a dark, evil hot hatch!

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Tata Tiago dark theme render

The Tiago, without a doubt, has to be the most mature and internationally competent product from the Tata stable in a long time. We loved the small hatch during the time we spent behind its wheel in Goa, and came back enamoured with its qualities. So while the Tiago is the most mature work yet from the design guys at Tata, one of Motoroids’ readers and fans Yogendra Kumar Sharma has re-imagined the hatchback to make it look dark, evil and much, much more desirable.

The rendering of the re-imagined Tiago sees it draped in a hue of dark grey. Sporty body kits, along with roof mounted rear spoiler and a few other details suddenly make the Tiago appear searing hot.

More specifically, the modifications imagined over the stock Tiago include a dark grille, where the chrome lining has been replaced with a darker metal. The front bumper gets new lips, and now features a JDM racing tow hook painted in a contrasting luscious red. The aggressive, angular wings extending from the front bumper in addition to the similar themed side skirts work wonders in elevating the oomph factor for this small hatch.

The headlights, like most go-faster machines these days have been given a smoked out effect along with a body coloured shade to go with the overall theme. The hood has been totally re-imagined too, and now features a reverse air scoop, something you’d generally see on machines with much higher pedigree. Yogendra has imagined a much bigger turbo under that hood, and according to him, the scoop is meant to let out the extra heat emanated.

On the sides, the standard wheels have been replaced with monstrous 20″ XXR Matte Black Alloys, though we really wonder if the wheel arches would be able to accommodate that size. The body has been imagined to have been wrapped in Straight Line Glossy pattern by 3M. Glasses have also been assumed to be wrapped in Black Pearl Tint by 3M.

Over at the back, we have a JDM Style Spoiler and smoked tail-lights with a lower skirt. As mentioned before, all the chrome bits on the car’s surface, including the Tata logo, have been dumped in favour of black wraps to go with the ominous theme.

We love what Yogendra has created with his imagination. Do not hesitate to congratulate him for his work if you like what you see in the image above – sometimes a small bit of appreciation brings out a great talent from the hiding. If you have similar designs to share, or are willing to exhibit your rendering skills to create images of yet-to-be-launched products, we’d love to showcase your work with due credits. Just write to us at [email protected]


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