Tata for the past few months has been working extensively toward developing its new products while at the same time updating its existing product line. Tata Bolt Facelift is all set to make its debut sometime by mid 2017. That is facelift will be reaching the markets before the launch of Tata’s another new product TATA Zest as the company will want to push the sales of this hatchback and make it a lot more competitive and difficult to beat in its segment.
When Tata Bolt was launched it was criticized immensely for its looks being a lot like Indica Vista, which has now been discontinued. The Bolt Facelift will have a complete different look making it a lot more sportier and stylish. Tata will be incorporating the new Impact Design language on the Bolt. The rear of the Bolt will be more on a rounded side that will be a lot like Indica Vista. Bolt will be equipped with a new dashboard and even a more enhanced rear. The dimensions will be more or less the same but the design will get a stylish upgrade.
Talking about the interiors, the Bolt will definitely get some stylish upgrades. The premium hatchback is laced with some advance features to provide customers value for their money. Starting with, the car will get keyless entry, push start and stop, reverse parking camera, navigation system, and it will get dual airbags as a premium feature across all the Bolt variants or maybe optional. Let’s see what are the expected add-ons on the Bolt facelift.
Shockingly, the engine will not get any update in this hatchback. It will feature 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine that will produce about 90bhp of power and will have a five-speed manual transmission. The engine will be laced with multi-drive modes- City, performance and economy, but there won’t be any automatic start feature in the petrol variant. The Bolt diesel will be equipped with a 1.3-litre multi-jet engine which will give 5bhp of power and 190Nm of torque. The bolt diesel will also get an AMT.
I hope BP Auto Spares India, largest dealers in TATA parts, with this blog is able to shed some light on the upcoming TATA hatchback.