You get a 1.2 liter naturally aspirated petrol engine in the UltraLoad which gives a torque of 85bhp / 113Nm. In the vehicle, you get a 5-speed manual transmission which is standard.
Tata Motors has secretly updated the infotainment system of its most famous hatchback Ultraz here. You get this 7-inch infotainment system in XM +, XT, XZ and XZ + variants. In such a situation, the company has now completely removed the physical buttons below the aircon vents. The company has now used this space with Ultros badging. At the same time, the entire dashboard looks extremely premium with ambient lighting.
The company decided to remove its physical button because it was rarely used. The company made a similar change in the Nexon SUV last month. The floating infotainment system has recently been updated with Connected Car Tech called iRA.
In this, you get many information including vehicle health data, geofencing, voice commands, gamification, personalized and a customizable screen. Apart from this, you have also been given automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, cruise control and multi drive modes so that this vehicle looks like a complete hatchback in its segment.
In Ultros, you get a 1.2 liter naturally aspirated petrol engine that gives 85bhp / 113Nm of torque. At the same time, the 1.2 liter turbo petrol engine gets 108bhp / 140Nm peak torque. While the 1.5-liter diesel engine gives 89bhp / 200Nm of torque. In the vehicle, you get a 5 speed manual transmission which is standard. But no automatic gearbox is available in it.
Tata is constantly making a blast
Despite zero sales due to the COVID lockdown in April 2020, Tata Motors sold a total of 222,011 units in FY 2021, a growth of 69% over the previous financial year. Tata Motors sold 131,197 units in FY2020. Due to this increase in sales, the vehicle manufacturer has reached the top 3 position in the ranking of Indian auto manufacturers. The growth in sales came at a time when the entire auto industry has faced sales decline, supply chain problems and other problems due to strict lockdown.
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