Now, the home-grown company wants to offer more options of the Tiago with a limited edition model. Team-BHP has spotted a single test mule of a Tata Tiago Limited Edition with several updates.
The Tata Tiago special edition will be based on the XT variant; however, it will not be offered in the top-end XZ variant. The spied Tiago Limited Edition receives blacked-out roof and gloss black ORVM cover.
Also, the Tiago special edition test mule is seen riding on 13-inch wheels instead of the standard 14-inch wheels seen on the regular model. The company has dropped the XT badging for a 'wizz' badge along with 'Limited Edition' badge as well.
The hatchback will also receive blue dotted wheel rims, although, we are yet to get correct information. Inside the Tiago Limited Edition, you receive manually operated ORVMs and a standard IRVM instead of the antiglare mirror. Even the vanity mirror will not be available.
The dashboard is new, and the centre console is finished in piano black with berry red accents. Also, as per the report, Tata has improved the quality of the seat fabric on this special edition Tiago.
The Tata Tiago Limited Edition is expected to be powered by the same powertrains, though there is no confirmation if the hatchback will come with both petrol and diesel options.
The Tata Tiago is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine producing 83bhp and 114Nm of torque, while the 1.05-litre diesel motor develops 68bhp and 140Nm of torque. Both the engines are mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.
Tata Motors wants to take advantage of the popularity of the Tiago and offer a special or a limited edition model. But with cutting cost through changes such as the 13-inch wheels, manually operated ORVMs and standard IRVM, the company is looking to offset the cost in offering a blacked-out rook and ORVM black cover.
The cost cutting measure is to ensure that the Tiago Limited Edition's pricing is competitive and does not cost more for potential buyers.