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Indian automotive giant Tata Motors is currently working on upgrading its fleet of cars and SUVs to BS-VI compliancy. The latest member of the Tata lineup to be spied testing is the facelifted Tigor compact sedan, which was spotted testing in Maharashtra.
The Tigor is the compact sedan version of Tata's Tiago hatchback and the facelifted model looks to be following the same design cues seen on Tiago test vehicles currently out testing.
Both the Tiago and TIgor's design cues for the upcoming 2020 models will be based on Tata's Impact Design 2.0 styling language which was seen on the Altroz premium hatchback unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March. These changes are expected to include a new front grille, along with revised headlamps and tail lamps among other changes.
The biggest change though is expected to happen under the bonnet of the Tigor sedan. The current Tigor is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine and 1.05-litre diesel engine. The BS-VI compliant version of the Tata Tigor sedan if previous reports hold true will be ditching the diesel powerplant and will instead only arrive in petrol form in 2020.
The current BS-IV compliant petrol engine cranks out 84bhp at 6,000rpm and 114Nm of torque at 3,500rpm and comes paired with 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox options. We expect the new BS-VI complaint Tigor to up the power and torque levels slightly while maintaining the current transmission options when it hits the roads in 2020.