3 Tata Cars Set to Launch in Coming Months

Tata Motors is gearing up for an exciting period ahead with a lineup of new launches set to hit the market in the coming months. What's intriguing is that each of these upcoming cars from Tata is poised to target distinct segments of the automotive market. So, let's delve into Tata's plans for the near future and explore what's in store with these upcoming models.

Altroz Racer

First up on Tata's agenda is the long-awaited Altroz Racer, which made its debut at the 2023 Auto Expo. Reports suggest that Tata is gearing up to launch the Altroz Racer in April. This sporty variant of the Altroz comes with exterior enhancements designed to accentuate its athletic appeal. However, the real highlight lies beneath the surface, as the Altroz Racer is equipped with a potent 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine delivering 118bhp and 172 Nm of torque.

With its manual gearbox configuration, Tata appears to be targeting driving enthusiasts with this model. Expect the Altroz Racer to boast features like a 10-inch floating infotainment system, ventilated front seats, six airbags, wireless charging, and a revamped instrument cluster.


One of the most anticipated launches from Tata this year is the Curvv, set to cater to a diverse range of customers with both ICE and EV powertrain options. The electric version of the Curvv is slated for a June release, while the petrol/diesel variant is expected later in 2024. While specifics about the EV variant remain under wraps, it's anticipated to offer a real-world range of around 400km.

On the other hand, the ICE version is likely to come with three engine choices - a 1.2-litre turbo petrol (123bhp/225Nm), a 1.5-litre turbo petrol (168bhp/280Nm), and a 1.5-litre diesel engine (113bhp/260Nm). Feature-wise, the Curvv is poised to impress with offerings such as blind-spot alert, a 12-inch infotainment system, panoramic sunroof, Harman audio system, and ventilated seats.

Upcoming Tata Cars – Nexon iCNG

Earlier this year, Tata unveiled the Nexon iCNG at the Bharat Mobility Show, marking a significant innovation in the Indian automotive landscape. The Nexon iCNG stands out as the country's first turbo petrol CNG car, with reports suggesting a potential mid-2024 launch. Under the hood, the CNG setup is paired with Tata's reliable 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine, promising performance without compromising on efficiency.

While exact specifications are yet to be revealed, expect the Nexon iCNG to retain the acclaimed twin-cylinder engine configuration, offering ample boot space of 230 litres. Anticipated to be priced around Rs. 1 lakh higher than equivalent petrol manual variants, the Nexon iCNG is poised to redefine eco-friendly mobility in India.

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