A single spy image shared on the web is reported to be a special edition of the Tata Tiago which is currently in the works. The report suggest that the Tiago special edition will be available in the XT variant instead of the top-end XZ variant.
Finished in a shade of Pearlescent white, the Tata Tiago special edition is reported to feature a ‘Wizz’ badging in place of the variant trim badging apart from a ‘Limited Edition’ badge. Visual changes to the model as reported include contrasting black roof and ORVM covers on the outside. Did we mention that the Tiago limited edition misses out on the fog lamps?
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Inside, the Tiago special edition features manually operated ORVMs, a standard IRVM that replaces the anti-glare unit, piano black center console with berry red highlights and improved seat fabrics. The company is also said to have removed the vanity mirror for the front passenger seat.
The standard Tata Tiago
Tata Motors is most likely to retain the same engine options that include a 1.2-litre, three cylinder petrol engine and a 1.05-litre diesel engine. These engines come mated to a five speed manual transmission as standard while an AMT unit is available exclusively with the petrol trim.