The hatchback has taken about 20 months to reach this production milestone.
Tata's added yet another feather to its cap. This time, the company has rolled out the 1,00,000th unit of its Altroz hatchback from its Pune manufacturing facility. As of now, the Altroz enjoys the distinction of being the only hatchback on sale in India that has a five-star Global NCAP safety rating. Plus, it's also Tata's first product to be based on the brand's new ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) architecture.
With a market share of more than 20% in the premium hatchback segment (in FY22), the Altroz has been raking in average monthly sales of around 6,000 units. The car clocked its highest-ever monthly sales of 7,550 units in March 2021.
Since its launch, the Altroz line-up has seen the addition of a new 1.2-litre i-Turbo petrol powertrain and, more recently, Tata had also introduced a Dark Edition of the Altroz that features an array of blacked-out visual elements.
We also had a chance to test the Tata Altroz at the Buddh International Circuit last year – you can check out the complete track test report here.