Tata Altroz XM+ variant launched

By autoX Editorial | on November 8, 2020

Only on offer in with a petrol heart as of now, the XM+ trim of the Tata Altroz packs in a 7.0-inch infotainment touchscreen, 16-inch wheels and more. At Rs 6.60 lakh, the XM+ trim demands Rs 30,000 more than the XM

With the festive season around the corner, Tata Motors has added another variant, XM+, to the Altroz hatchback. Priced at Rs 6.60 lakh, the Altroz XM+ sits just above the XM trim and below the XM Style trim. The XM+ trim comes loaded with additional features like a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system fully loaded with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Additional features include steering mounted controls, voice command and more. The Altroz XM+ trim comes fitted with 16-inch wheels and wheel caps. The XM trim already comes equipped with rear parking sensors, power windows, electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs and more.

At the time of launch in January 2020, Tata had also announced the three design packages – Rhythm, Style and Urban. So far, the XM trim could be had in three variations – standard, XM Style and XM Rhythm (priced at Rs 6.30 lakh, Rs 6.64 lakh and Rs 6.69 lakh respectively). With the exception of the 16-inch wheels, the XM+ doesn’t get most other design updates from the Style trim like the contrast roof, body-coloured ORVMs, LED DRLs and more. The newly introduced variant does, however, get a lot of tech from the Rhythm package and the XT variants, including the 7.0-inch infotainment with voice command and more. It still misses out on a reversing camera though.

The XM+ trim is only offered with a 1.2-litre petrol engine that is good for 85bhp and 113Nm. This engine comes paired with a 5-speed manual. The XM+ variant is not on offer with a diesel engine option as of now, but it may be introduced at a later date.

In other news from the carmaker, the 1,50,000th Nexon was recently rolled off the production facility in Ranjangaon. The Nexon was first launched in September 2017 and was introduced in a face-lifted avatar earlier this year. Tata has also recently delivered 65 Nexon EVs to Kerala’s Motor Vehicle Department.

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