This special edition sports substantial modifications on the inside and outside. Tata Altroz is becoming one of the most popular premium hatchbacks in the country challenging the Hyundai i20.
Here is a unique modified Phoenix Edition of the Tata Altroz. Now, Tata Altroz has taken a substantial chunk of customers away from Hyundai i20. While Baleno continues to be the segment leader, the second spot has been snatched away from the i20 by Altroz. Its bold looks, modern features and 5-star safety rating are the most compelling reasons why people are opting for it. In addition, it offers all sorts of powertrain options to choose from. This video represents a detailed review of the modifications done on Altroz. Let us check it out!
Tata Altroz Phoenix Edition
While the overall silhouette of this special edition remains the same as the regular model, there are quite a few alterations on the outside. To begin with, the entire body is wrapped in grey paint shade along with neon red graphics that accentuates the sporty DNA of this turbo-petrol version. The front logo and grille surrounds have been finished in gloss black along with red inserts on the bumper. At the rear, the ALTROZ badging has been engraved on the boot lid with red colour and there are red elements on the bumper and skid plate. The roof is finished in Vinyl Wrap with a large Phoenix moniker at the centre in red colour. The most prominent addition has to be the 17-inch black alloy wheels with red brake callipers. Combining all these elements together, this version looks like an aggressive animal ready to roar and will definitely make heads turn when you take it out on the road.
On the inside, the modifications are much more extreme and evident. While the overall layout and equipment list is unchanged from the XZ+ trim, the visual appeal is quite different. The most striking element on the inside is the red paint on the lower half of the dashboard, red fabric on the door panels and red seatbelts. This is carried to the rear compartment as well. To complement the red theme, the roofliner, grab handles and sunglass holder have been painted black. The 17-inch alloy wheels are low profile which aids handling but compromises the ride quality on bad patches of road. Overall, these extreme modifications are in line with the turbo-petrol powertrain of the Altroz.