Bookings for Tata’s smallest SUV are open today, which is 11am. is revealed

Bookings for Tata's smallest SUV are open today, which is 11am.  is revealed

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  • Tata Punch: Bookings open You can now book the Tata Punch at your nearest Tata dealership or online by paying an amount of Rs 21,000. There is, however, no update on the exact launch date for the Punch just yet, but we expect it to take place in the second half of October.

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Tata Punch: Four main trim levels on offer Buyers will be able to choose from four trim levels – Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative (pictured here). 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with voice command functionality, engine start-stop button, height-adjustable driver’s seat, cruise control available on the Accomplished trim. Alloy wheels, part-digital instrument cluster, projector headlights, automatic climate control, cooled glove box, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, iRA connected car features offered on the Creative version.

Tata Punch AMT to get Traction Pro mode Tata Motors is adding a ‘Traction Pro’ mode to the AMT version of the Punch, which will help the mini-SUV avoid getting stuck in tricky soft-roading conditions.

Tata Punch driven to Sandakphu As part of its testing procedures, the Tata Punch was successfully driven to the mountain peak of Sandakphu. Tata Punch gets engine start-stop functionality The Tata Punch will come with an engine start-stop function to help improve fuel efficiency.

Tata Punch: Engine and gearbox The Tata Punch comes with Tata’s 1.2-litre Revotron petrol engine, can do 0-60 kph in 6.5 seconds and 0-100 kph in 16.5 seconds. Both manual and AMT options will be on offer at launch.

Tata Punch ground clearance Unladen ground clearance for the Tata Punch is rated at 187 mm, and the SUV rides on 16-inch alloy wheels. Boot space is 366 litres.

Tata Punch: Design Martin Uhlarik, Head of Design at Tata Motors, says the Punch derives design and styling cues from the Harrier and the Nexon, and has been shaped to look bigger than it actually is.

Tata Punch: From H2X to HBX We saw the Punch in concept form once again as the HBX concept, which was revealed at the 2020 Auto Expo. This time, however, the HBX was a close-to-production concept, with the only show car-specific bits being the chunky off-road tyres and other off-road focused styling elements. Tata Punch: The origins We first saw the Tata Punch in the form of the H2X Concept, which made its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva motor show. But that wasn’t the last time we’d be seeing it in concept form…

Tata Punch unveil: An hour to go! Hello and welcome, folks, to Tech2’s live coverage of the unveiling of Tata’s newest SUV, the Punch! The reveal event starts in about an hour from now, so sit back as we bring you all the updates LIVE from the event. You can now book the Tata Punch at your nearest Tata dealership or online by paying an amount of Rs 21,000. There is, however, no update on the exact launch date for the Punch just yet, but we expect it to take place in the second half of October.

Buyers will be able to choose from four trim levels – Pure, Adventure, Accomplished and Creative (pictured here). 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with voice command functionality, engine start-stop button, height-adjustable driver’s seat, cruise control available on the Accomplished trim. Alloy wheels, part-digital instrument cluster, projector headlights, automatic climate control, cooled glove box, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, iRA connected car features offered on the Creative version.

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