Tata motors has been enjoying a revival in the Indian market. It has completely changed its perception in the mind of people with its unique range of cars. Tata has been able to do this due to the unique things it offers in its car over competition cars. These unique features have made Tata cars popular in India. In today’s article, we will discuss five unique things about Tata cars.
Tata cars have massively increased safety awareness in India. It has been the flag-bearer for safer cars in India. All its cars except the Harrier and Safari have gone through crash tests. Almost all their cars provide the best safety in their respective segments. The Tata Nexon was the first 5-star rated from India in GNCAP.
Unique features on Tata cars- Xpress-cool
The Xpress-cool is another nifty feature that is quite helpful. With Xpress-cool, the AC goes into its coolest setting with a full fan blast. The driver side window opens so that hot air can pass out. Tata claims that this feature is 70% faster than standard cooling.
90-degree door opening
90-degree door opening lets you open the door to its maximum. This feature comes in handy when accessing the rear seats. It is also a good feature for elder and healthy people to better access the seats. This feature first made its debut in the Altroz.
Unique features on Tata cars- Big cooled glovebox
The cooled glove box is another feature that all Tata cars get right from Tiago to Safari. A cooled glove box offers a mini-fridge like in cars. It can be quite useful to store things for cooling. Other manufacturers also provide it but only in some cars.
Aircraft style handbrake
The Harrier comes with a unique handbrake that is shaped like throttles on aircraft. It is placed behind the gear lever and is pushed into the central console. Mechanically it is the same, but its design is very unique for a car in this segment.
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