The rear image can be seen in the front photo of the Tata Ultrose Turbo-Petrol, in which it is seen in tectonic blue color. The turbo badge can be seen in its rear part, the company is preparing it for launch, it can be launched in the coming months of this year.
Along with this, Tata Ultrose Turbo-Petrol has seen rear wipers, diamond cut alloy wheels and contrast colored skid plates. The turbo variant is similar in design to the petrol and diesel models, although some new features can be added to it.
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It will be used in 1.2 liter turbo petrol engine, this engine provides around 100 bhp power and 140 newton meter of torque. It can be given a 5-speed manual gearbox as well as a DCT gearbox.
This premium hatchback is made available in a choice of five trims. The turbo variant can be brought to the mid or top spec variants of Ultros, the company can also share its information in the coming days. No disclosure has been made about this yet.
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Tata Ultrose is currently available with 1.2-liter petrol and 1.5-liter diesel engine options. Its 1.2 liter petrol engine provides 85 Bhp of power and 114 Newton meter of torque. At the same time, its 1.5 diesel engine provides 90 Bhp of power and 200 Newton meter of torque.
Along with this, Tata Ultrose is currently one of the safest cars in the country. Talking about the features, the Tata Ultrose has 7-inch touchscreen infotainment, climate control, cruise control, rear AC vent, 7-inch MID display, mood lighting on the dashboard, front sliding arm-rest and height-adjustable driver seat. .
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Tata Ultra is built on the company’s Alpha platform. This hatchback car is available in 5 colour options. The company can also offer new color options in Ultros along with turbo variants, this blue colour has been seen for the first time.
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