The Dark Edition of the Tata Altroz is based on petrol XZ+ variants. The car is priced up to INR 45,000 more than the standard versions, you will see an all-black theme inside and out with the dark edition.
The dark edition theme came up with the Tata Harrier in 2019 and now the company has expanded the dark series with the Altroz, Nexon, Nexon EV, and the updated Tata Harrier. The Tata Altroz dark edition is the latest version of the car. This dark edition is available in the top-spec XZ+ variant is available with either a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine or a 1.2-litre i-Turbo petrol engine option.
The car follows the same platform as the other dark edition models, that is, it gets an all-black theme or the Cosmo dark exterior as the name given by the company. Talking about the front, the car is not seen with any major changes except for a new dark chrome slat across the grille. The Tata Altroz Dark edition will be sharing the smoked-off headlamps with the regular models.
Looking at the car from the side, this dark edition is the same or we can say more or less unchanged with few differentiating elements like 16-inch alloy wheels, and a dark tint finish. Coming onto the rear profile, you will notice zero changes here, and the only key highlight here is the matte black finish on the Altroz badging rather than the chrome finish on the regular Altroz models. The smoked effect for taillights has been retained from the standard variants. The Altroz Dark edition gets a Cosmo Dark-colored rear spoiler with a high-mounted stop lamp.
As the car is itself named as Altroz Dark edition, so we can clearly guess that how will the interior be. Open the door and you will see a Granite-black theme. The dual color dashboard in the standard model has been replaced with an all-black layout, except for the grey hard plastic panel in the center around the middle AC vents and the infotainment system. The button and the rotary knobs which you will see on the grey-colored panel are now been replaced with the Altroz badging in gloss black finish.
The mid-pad section of the dashboard gets a glossy black finish which wraps around the AC vents located on both ends of the dashboard. With this Dark Edition, you will get premium leatherette seats with Tri-arrow perforations and blue deco stitch. The headrests of the driver and passenger seats feature the ‘Dark; embroidery to highlight the black theme. In addition, the Altroz Dark edition also gets a dark roofline as compared to the light shades offered in the regular model.
This premium hatchback from Tata will compete against the likes of Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Honda Jazz, Hyundai i20, and Volkswagen Polo. The newly launched Altroz Dark edition adds on INR 30,000 over the regular variants. The marginal additional cost for the Dark edition is a value-for-money proposition considering the distinctive styling elements that this model has to offer.
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