Call it a car or an SUV, the Punch is set to create waves in the Indian auto market.
Designed across Tata Motor's studios in India, the UK and Italy, the model has been developed to herald an entirely new category the sub-compact SUV.
Tata Punch, which is slated to be launched on October 18, also achieved a 4-star rating for child occupant safety.
In its previous avatar it was MG ZS electric and in its second coming as a petrol car it is better than its electric version.
The '4x4' Legender is powered by a 2.8 litre diesel engine with power output of 204 PS, mated with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The company plans to launch the model on October 20, and has commenced bookings on its website and sales network across the country for Rs 21,000.
The Astor is the first small SUV that comes with loads of AI technology.
If the Mahindra Thar is based on the Jeep Wrangler, the Force Gurkha has an equally remarkable Mercedes G-Wagon as its lineage.
The automaker, which last week unveiled a brand new logo for its SUV portfolio, also said it plans to launch nine new SUVs by 2026.
It features multiple driving modes enabled with Advanced Driver Assistance System and a BorgWarner Transfer case aiding its off-roading abilities.