Tata’s new crossover based on the Tiago hatchback, called the NRG is going to be launched tomorrow in Mumbai. The new crossover is Tata’s addition to the new and upcoming crossover segment which also has the Ford Freestyle and Maruti Suzuki Celerio X. Here are the changes to be seen in the NRG crossover.
The crossover will have a few cosmetic changes which include smoked out headlamps, black cladding all across the exterior, blacked out roof and rear view mirrors and roof rails. The front also gets a skid plate.
Longer and Taller
The Tiago NRG stands 10 mm higher than the Tiago hatchback with a ground clearance of 180 mm, which will make bad roads a breeze for the NRG. Apart from that, the black cladding on the car adds to the visual bulk of the NRG, making it a bit longer than the Tiago.
The NRG gets a new denim inspired fabric upholstery, the interior design also follows an all black theme with Canyon Orange highlights.
The Tiago NRG gets a 5 inch touchscreen Harman infotainment system along with an 8 speaker sound system. Apart from Bluetooth connectivity, the screen will also offer 3D navigation.
No AMT Yet
The NRG will continue to use the same engines used in the Tiago, both petrol and diesel engines will come mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox. There are no reports of an AMT.
The NRG will offer dual airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors as standard across all trims.
The crossover will be available in a total of three colour options, called Malabar Silver, Canyon Orange, and Fuji White.
Apart from all this, the NRG comes loaded with features like a cooled glove box, height adjustable driver seat, electric folding mirrors and a host of other features which are seen on the Tiago as well. Prices are not out yet as of now but tomorrow the wait will be over. Stay tuned for more news after the official launch tomorrow.
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