Merging style and substance

Setting its sights on gen-next, Tata Motors has launched Tigor, its new ‘styleback’ at Taj Krishna in the city on Tuesday.

Published: 04th April 2017 11:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th April 2017 04:56 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: Setting its sights on gen-next, Tata Motors has launched Tigor, its new ‘styleback’ at Taj Krishna in the city on Tuesday.
Comprising revolutionary design, Tigor features 15” dual-tone alloy wheels, dual-coloured bumper, split LED tail lamps, smoked projector head lamps, and more on the exterior. While on the inside, you have a large boot space of 419L with four-bar mechanism, patterned seats, fully automatic climate control, 5” infotainment system by Harman, and other features.

Head of Design Pratap Bose said, “Our pursuit of stunning design has led to the creation of Tigor. The car exudes premium  style, outstanding performance and amazing road presence.”
On future goals, Pratap said the company aims to be among the top three in the Passenger Vehicle segment across the country by 2019. The Tigor is available in six colour options - Copper Dazzle, Espresso Brown, Pearlescent  White, Platinum Silver, Striker Blue and Berry Red.
Ex-showroom Hyderabad price for base model XE Petrol is Rs 4,85,975, and Diesel is Rs 5,77,637. Top-end model XZ(O) is priced at Rs 6,40,302 for Petrol, and Rs 7,31,998 for Diesel version. For more details, visit


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