Tata Punch To Obtain Digital Instrument Cluster As Standard Throughout All Variants
The digital cluster unit that powers the Tata Punch will also be found in the Tata Tiago, Tigor, and entry-level Nexon.
The popular compact SUV, Tata Punch, is getting a makeover that Tata Motors plans to introduce to the Indian market. The Tata Punch has been observed sporting a digital instrument cluster in the previously released spy photos. The company plans to equip every Tata Punch compact SUV model with a digital instrument cluster as standard. The lesser variations will include a 4-inch digital panel that shows various information like speed, time, odometer, trip meter, and warning lights, as shown in the spy photos.
The digital cluster unit that powers the Tata Punch will also be found in the Tata Tiago, Tigor, and entry-level Nexon. The Punch’s top-spec Creative version, on the other hand, will be equipped with the same semi-digital instrument cluster, which is more expensive and has been seen in the Harrier and Safari models from last year.
Tata wants to compete with other small SUVs in the sector, such as the Hyundai Exter, which is why it is providing the Punch compact SUV with a digital instrument cluster as standard on all models. The Tata Punch’s price will probably increase as a result of the digital instrument cluster being included in the small SUV.
Tata Punch – Details
Tata Punch is now offered in four variants: Pure, Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative, with costs ranging from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 10.10 lakh (ex-showroom). It has a 1.2-liter, 3-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine under the hood that generates 114 Nm of torque and 84 horsepower of power. Either a 5-speed AMT gearbox unit or a 5-speed manual transmission are mated to this powerplant. In the Indian market, the Tata Punch is furthermore offered in a CNG version. The Punch CNG version’s 76 horsepower and 97 Nm of torque are only available when combined with a 5-speed manual gearbox.