Tata Bolt's 'Multi-Drive' campaign

Just like the Zest, now the company is leaving no stone unturned to replicate the same success with its Bolt. 

Though the Bolt looks more-or-less like a modern evolution of the company's late 1990s launched Indica hatchback, but is ahead of any Indicas before, be it the most recent- Vista. The hatchback gets the Tata Motors' new design language, the 'Designext,' which was first rolled out with the Zest. It features a revised grille section that merges with the sharp headlamp clusters, housing smoked projector units. On the inside, the lower XM and XMS trims are equipped with non-touch unit, while the range-topping ‘XT’ comes with a touchscreen infotainment system, though offers the same connectivity options including AM/FM, Bluetooth phone integration, USB and Aux-in and iPod connectivity.

Powering the Bolt are the same engine options as the Zest, concluding into a single petrol and diesel engine each. A 1.2-litre Revotron turbocharged Multi-point Fuel Injection (MPFi) mil, good for 90 bhp and peak torque of 140 Nm, propels the petrol variants. While the diesel variant comes equipped with the same Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre oilburner, rated at 75 bhp and 190 Nm of peak torque. A five-speed manual gearbox will come as standard across all variants, with no AMT, even as an option.    

Variants and Prices (Ex-Showroom Delhi) : Petrol Diesel Tata Bolt XE-Rs 4.44 Lac Tata Bolt XE- Rs 5.49 Lac Tata Bolt XM- Rs 5.15 Lac Tata Bolt XM- Rs 6.11 Lac Tata Bolt XMS- Rs 5.40 Lac Tata Bolt XMS- Rs 6.34 Lac Tata Bolt XT- Rs 6.05 Lac Tata Bolt XT- Rs 6.99 Lac

Source : CarDekho