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Tata Tigor JTP

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Tata Tigor JTP Price List (By Variant)

Quick Facts about Tata Tigor JTP

Tata Tigor JTP, a Hatchback has 1 versions available in India. Tigor JTP has 1 Petrol cars.

Tata Tigor JTP Price in Popular Cities

Delhi Delhi 8.43 Lakhs Arrow
Mumbai Mumbai 8.78 Lakhs Arrow
Bangalore Bangalore 9.25 Lakhs Arrow
Pune Pune 8.8 Lakhs Arrow
Chennai Chennai 8.8 Lakhs Arrow
Kolkata Kolkata 8.61 Lakhs Arrow

Tata Tigor JTP Colours

Berry Red
Pearlescent White

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Summary

Tata Tigor JTP, a Hatchback has 1 versions available in India. Tigor JTP has 1 Petrol cars.

The JT Special Vehicles (JTSV) – a joint venture between Tata Motors and Jayem Automotive – has launched the Tiago JTP and Tigor JTP in India. These go-faster variants of the duo get a new engine, tuned suspension, aggressive styling and are available in a single top-of-the-line variant. The JTP badged cars will have dedicated space and staff at existing Tata Motors showroom. The duo will also be offered with elaborate customisation options, says Tata Motors. To begin with, both these cars will be offered in only one trim with no options to upgrade the cars visually or mechanically.

The cabin of both the cars gets the same sporty theme which is accentuated by red accents on AC vents and contrasting red stitching all around. The leather-wrapped steering wheel gets a red contrast stitch while the black fabric seat upholstery has a red hexagonal motif. The aluminium pedals add to the sporty intention of the Tiago JTP. There are special JTP floor mats while the JTP logo is also seen in the instrument cluster. Just like the modern crop of Tatas, the JTP model too gets the eight-speaker Harman music system with the ConnectNext infotainment system.

Both the Tigor JTP and Tiago JTP get aggressive front bumpers with extended trapezoidal front grille finished in contrasting gloss black. The Tiago JTP gets a red paint scheme while the compact sedan has a white paint option. There is an air scoop on the bonnet which looks catchy and there is also a vent on the front fender with JTP logo on it. There is a smoked headlamp unit in Tiago while the Tigor gets a clear lens unit, but both get dual-chamber projector units. A similar wheel design has been seen on both the JTPs - a 15-inch diamond cut dual tone 6.5J lightweight alloy wheels.

Even the rear of the duo gets aggressive styling with stylish diffusers in the Tiago and clear tail lamps in the Tigor. But the most prominent feature at the back is the twin barrel exhaust which sticks out from below the bumper. Tata has also provided a roof spoiler to add to the drama. While the rest of the design remains unchanged, the blacked-out roof is complemented by contrasting ORVMs.

Powering the Tigor JTP and its hatchback sibling, the Tiago JTP is the same 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbocharged Revotron petrol engine from the Nexon. It produces 112bhp at 5,000rpm and 150Nm between 2,000 and 4,000rpm. The intake and exhaust system of both the cars are specially tuned, enabling the duo to hit 100kmph from standstill in around 10 seconds. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission with an optimised gear ratio for improved acceleration and performance in the two drive modes - Sport and City. There is no automatic transmission even as an option though, but the steering gets an active return for improved control, while the lowered ride height and the wider tyre provide better grip to the performance duo.

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