The manufacturer claims that the recently unveiled models come equipped with a segment-first leakage detection system that enables them to automatically switch to gasoline in the event of a petrol spill. A 1.2-liter petrol engine plus a factory-installed CNG kit make up the powertrain setup for the Tata Altroz CNG and Punch CNG. This configuration produces a peak torque of 95Nm and a maximum power output of 77PS. A 5-speed manual transmission will handle the transmission.
The CNG vehicles will have the same amenities as the standard petrol models, such as a 7-inch infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, a semi-digital instrument cluster, automatic climate control, leatherette seat upholstery, an electric sunroof, a height-adjustable driver seat, and projector headlamps.
The Punch EV, which was unveiled at the 2023 Auto Expo, is anticipated to be released around the holiday season, according to Tata. The car is based on a modified Alfa basis and will probably have Tata’s Ziptron powertrain. The Punch EV is anticipated to be lighter, roomier, and more energy-efficient than its ICE-powered counterpart because to the new Sigma architecture. The electric small SUV might have two battery packs like the Nexon EV.
To differentiate it from the ICE version, the exterior of the electric version is anticipated to have a few small alterations, including new wheels, slightly altered bumpers, and coloured highlights.
Similar modifications to the powertrain and design are anticipated for the next Tata Altroz EV, which is scheduled to go on sale early in the following year.