Tata Punch Convertible is the Perfect Beach Partner

We bet no one would think of a convertible avatar of the Tata Punch but a certain digital automobile design came up with this mind-blowing illustration of the sub-compact SUV.

Here is a convertible version of the Tata Punch. Punch has enjoyed phenomenal success ever since its launch and has made its way to the top 15 highest-selling cars in the country for May 2022. Its 5-star GNCAP safety rating, bold looks and modern features are reeling people in snatching the market share from the regular and premium hatchbacks. The upright stand and chunky body parts make it look like a proper SUV with a rugged appearance.

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Tata Punch Convertible Version

At first glance, the overall silhouette of the Punch might look overtly similar to the regular version, but a deeper observation grants the distinguishing factors. The front end has the typical LED DRLs on the bonnet flowing into a chrome stip underlining the compact grille with tri-arrow markings, the tri-arrow pattern is more pronounced on the radiator grille down below, the projector headlamps are positioned on either side of the bumper and the fog lamps on placed on the edges of the black bumper.

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Tata Punch Convertible

The side profile is what experiences the most innovation. The wheel arches are squared with black cladding, the rear door is deleted, the black side body cladding makes the SUV look more rugged, so do the black-painted alloy wheels with off-road focused tyres, the roof is taken off and the convertible seating arrangement is exposed with a wide-body rear fender. The wrap-around taillamps are visible on the side too.

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The Tata Punch is powered by a Tiago-sourced 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine (also available on the Altroz and the Tigor) that offers 86 hp and 113 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT. The prices of the 5-star rated sub-compact SUV range between Rs 5.83 lakh and Rs 9.49 lakh, ex-showroom. Let us know how did you enjoy this digital concept of the Tata Punch in a convertible form.

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