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Rear Armrest with cupholders

Also, note how the indicators on the sedan have been moved towards the base of the headlamps as compared to the edge on the Tiago. The best bit: you can control the air-conditioning through the touchscreen. 2. 6. As opposed to prominent triangular detailing on the Tiagos seats, the ones on the Tigor feature a slightly sober dotted print. Rear Armrest with cupholders To keep the rear occupant a tad more comfortable, the Tigor features a wide central armrest. Tata will launch the car on Wholesael Stretch knit fabric March 29, and we expect prices to be in the vicinity of Rs 4. 6. 2. The contact points on the door pad, such as the elbow rest and the fore-arm reet fabric inserts. Touchscreen Infotainment SystemInstead of an LCD screen with a dot matrix display, the Tigor features a user-friendly 5-inch touchscreen display for the music system. Manual temperature and fan-speed control knobs have been ditched in favour of a climate control interface.
The Tigor is based on the same design language but gets slightly rounded hexagons which look more like the ones on Tatas flagship - the Hexa. Pretty cool, eh? The Not So Obvious1.The sub-4 metre sedan is based on the same platform, has the same engines and shares most of its interior with the hatchback. That said, we wish the Tigor got the cool-looking shark-fin antenna from the Geneva Edition. We wish Tata wouldve carried over the same 15-inch wheels onto the diesel variant of the sedan, but that sadly isnt on the cards just as yet. Alloy Wheels (Petrol Only) The petrol Tigor gets a set of larger 15-inch alloys wrapped in 175/60 section rubber. Larger Rear Door Unlike most other compact sedans that just get a slap-on boot, the Tigor makes a conscious effort to be bigger than the hatch it is based on.
The Tigor not only gets larger rear headrests but also features a small neck rest for the middle occupant. Although it is based on the popular hatchback, the Tiago, Tata has put in extra efforts to distinguish it from the hatch. Grille Detailing In tune with Tatas "Impact" design philosophy, the Tiago is peppered with a lot of hexagonal detailing. The cherry on the cake are the integrated cupholders, which take the total utility space count to 24 against the Tiagos 22. This is most evident when you view it from the side, as the extra 50mm of wheelbase is almost immediately noticeable thanks to the larger rear doors. The socket is placed right next to the handbrake, in front of a deep cubby hole you can use to park your phone in. HeadlampsWhile the Tiago gets a halogen headlamp, the Tigor gets a set of projectors. The antenna is also placed at the rear now. The unit is identical to what weve seen in the Bolt and the Zest, and has its own suite of apps as well! 7.
The Tiago gets 175/65R14 tyres with 14-inch alloy wheels. Automatic Climate Control Upping the convenience quotient is automatic air-conditioning. So, does it stand apart from the Tiago? Lets compare the images of both the cars and figure out. This is left uncovered in the Tiago, which means theres plastic instead. 4. The differences, big and small, help the Tigor carve out its own little niche. Updated Fabric Upholstery Detailing Just like the front grille that differs ever-so-slightly compared to the Tiago, the seat covers feature different detailing as well. Boot SpaceThis does seem like a no-brainer, but the sheer amount of boot space the Tigor packs deserves a special mention. Compared to the utterly usable 240-litre boot of the Tiago, it gets a much, much larger 419-litre boot. Whats different?Tatas upcoming sub-4 metre sedan, the Tigor is already all over the news. Fabric Inserts On The Door PadsHeres a great example of attention to detail. Tata has even ditched the gooseneck boot hinges in favour of pneumatic struts that dont intrude into boot space. Repositioned AntennaWhile the Tiago gets a large RC car-like antenna near the front windscreen, the Tigor gets a better-looking stubby one.5 lakh.Source: ZigWheels.The Obvious 1.2 lakh - Rs 6. 4. Extra 12V SocketAs trivial as this sounds, the Tigor gets an additional 12V socket for the rear passengers