Tata Motors plans to equip every Punch model with a stylish digital instrument cluster, which would improve the driving experience.
According to recent spy photos, even the cheapest models will now have a contemporary 4-inch digital screen that shows vital information in an easy-to-read style, including speed, time, odometer readings, trip meter statistics, and warning lights.
Modern Tata models such as the Tiago, Tigor, and the base Nexon model all share this cutting-edge computer cluster. The Punch’s top-tier Creative model, which debuted with the legendary Safari and Harrier models, will nonetheless keep its unique semi-digital instrument cluster. It also has a more upscale display.
Tata Motors’ resolve to improve your driving experience and maintain its competitive edge is shown in the decision to standardize the digital cluster, particularly in light of the Hyundai Exter’s availability of a digital instrument cluster across the board. The Punch’s pricing has been slightly adjusted to reflect this change, making it more in line with current vehicle technical trends.
There’s an added degree of excitement for future feature announcements from Tata Motors for people who have been waiting impatiently for this upgrade. Fans anticipate an even more alluring product in this section.
The Punch, which is now offered in four trim levels (Pure, Adventure, Accomplished, and Creative), is more than simply a vehicle; it’s a friend with a strong 1.2-liter, three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine that produces 84 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque. Pick between a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT, or go for the CNG version, which only comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox and produces 76 BHP and 97 Nm of torque.
In addition, Tata Motors is testing the Punch’s electric version, which shares its drivetrain with the Tiago and Tigor EV. This action is anticipated to greatly advance the rising electric car market in India in addition to revolutionizing your driving experience.