True to its word, Tata Motors has indeed waved adieu to its traditional Tata ways by launching its newest hatchback model, Tata Bolt. This latest Tata model was launched during the 2014 Delhi Motor show and has earned booming positive among vehicle aficionados and experts alike from among the peers who watched that spectacular event.
Tata Bolt has been stated as the successor of the passing Vista scheme and an evolutionary image from their very own Indica model. Tata Bolt proves not only about the updated looks and shape. It has been revamped into a thickset rear end with conventional touch for tail lights. Up front, the grille highlighted with two pairs of headlights projecting a smart and practical look. Bolt’s interior shouldn’t be missed with its black-and-white drama, spacious compartment where your long legs can be comfortable, and modernly enhanced dashboard with the touchscreen infotainment especially crafted by Harmann exclusively for Tata Bolt and Zest CS. The steering wheel is also one of its greatest components as it comes easy and smooth to touch.
Engine of the hatchback Bolt comprises of 1.2L Petrol-powered Revotron that allow performance at 84bhp/140Nm. 1.3L Quadrajet diesel engine that races at 74bhp and 190Nm. The diesel-type engine is not available at the moment but is soon to be available, too.
Tata Bolt is set to be priced at Rs 4.20 lakh to Rs 6.60 lakh (approximately USD 6,750 to 10,610) on the markets this December, 2014.
Tata Bolt Specification
- Dimension : (L) 3825mm; (W) 1695mm; (H) 1550mm; (WB) 2470mm
- Engine : 1.2-litre Turbocharged MPFi Revotron
- Torque : 140Nm @ 1750-3500rpm
- Transmission : 5-speed Manual Transmission
- Power : 88.8bhp @ 5000rpm
- Tire Size : R15