Today, Tata Motors unveiled its RDE and E20 compliant BS6 Phase II lineup of passenger vehicles. Additionally, the carmaker has enhanced its standard warranty across the board from 2 Years/ 75,000 km to 3 Years/ 1 lakh km.

The manufacturer said that the improved low end drivability of the Altroz and Punch will provide a smoother ride in lower ratios. Additionally, Idle Stop Start will be a standard feature on both models’ versions, improving on-road mileage.

Both Altroz and Nexon’s Revotorq diesel engines have been improved by the firm. In order to function better, the Nexon Diesel engine has also been adjusted.

The new RDE compliant engines have also been tweaked to be more responsive and to provide the consumers with more economy.

The Tiago and Tigor now have TPMS, providing enhanced safety and a less stressful drive.

According to consumer expectations, this new range also offers a more tranquil in-cabin experience that has been enhanced with a Quieter Cabin, Lower NVH, and other technologies intended to make driving more pleasant, safe, and pleasurable.

The aim of the government to minimise vehicle pollution has always included Tata Motors as an active partner, according to Rajan Amba, Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Care at Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. In addition to reducing emissions, our ongoing innovation and introduction of new technology also enhances the unrivalled driving and automobile ownership experience. In keeping with this idea, we took advantage of the opportunity to upgrade our vehicles in order to meet the new emission standards as well as to delight our customers with a wider range of vehicles that feature cutting-edge safety, drivability, upgraded features, a better ride, and – most importantly – a hassle-free ownership experience. By increasing our market share and enhancing customer happiness, I am convinced that this updated line will maintain the development trajectory.