The much-awaited Tata Punch debuts on October 4 and looks all set to take on the mildly successful Maruti Suzuki Ignis. The new model, which will be unveiled virtually, has already started reaching the dealerships and various multimedia has already revealed the bold look of the soon-to-be-launched micro-SUV. The Punch will be available with dual-tone colour options right from its launch but we wont be surprised on the roll-out of Dark and Came Edition models at a later stage. In line with this, weve had a speculative rendering of the Tata Punch Camo Edition prepared by expert illustrator, SRK.
The first Tata Motors model to receive the Camo flavour is the Harrier, which got this special paint scheme in November 2020. What makes this limited edition more special than the regular version is the camo green exterior paint that is highly reminiscent of vehicles used by the defence forces. Other highlights include blacked-out alloy wheels, black plastic cladding and a 'chrome delete' to further bolden the exterior.
If the Tata Harrier Camo Edition is anything to go by, the special variant of the Punch should get green stitching on the upholstery. While it won't get any additional equipment, one can safely expect the Camo Edition to get its exclusive accessory packs viz. Camo Stealth and Camo Stealth+. A part of the add-ons on offer could include scuff plates, updated floor mats, an anti-skid mat for the dashboard and a back seat organiser.
As per a leaked image, the Tata Punch will be sold in three trim levels - Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative. While the entry-level Adventure trim will be available only with a manual transmission, the Accomplished, as well as the Creative grades, will be sold with an optional AMT. Also, the single-tone colour schemes on offer will include Stonehenge, grey and white, while the dual-tone options will include white-black, grey-black, orange-black, blue-white, Stonehenge-black and urban bronze-black. Of these, the dual-tone options will be on offer only on the top-spec Creative trim.
Tata Punch will become the second model, after the Altroz, to be underpinned by the carmakers ALFA ARC (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) architecture. Based on the HBX Concept, the aesthetics of the Punch are governed by the Impact Design 2.0 philosophy. Highlights of the cars exterior include split headlamps, clamshell bonnet, sleek LED DRLs, pillar-mounted rear door handles, LED taillamps and a set of rather chunky roof rails. The new model will be powered by a 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine that will be borrowed from the Tiago. However, its yet to be known if the engine has been re-tuned for the upcoming Maruti Ignis-rival.
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