made its debut on January 5.2024.  Punch has been available in two varieties Punch and EV.EV Extended Range. There will be five trim levels available for both of these: Smart ‘Smart+  Adventure, Empowered 


In 2021, Global NCAP (as well as Latin NCAP 2013) conducted crash tests on the Tata Punch using the bare minimum of safety features, including dual airbags, antilock brakes, and ISOFIX anchorages. With frontal offset, it received the highest possible five-star rating for adult safety. The passenger compartment in the incident was stable, with minimal pedal intrusion and no footwell damage. In a frontal collision, every body part demonstrated either adequate or good protection.

To get the highest possible five-star rating, the Punch also needed to pass the ECE regulation side impact test. The Punch could pass the minimal regulatory test criteria even without side airbags.

Tata chose to put both kid occupants rear-facing in accordance with the most recent i-Size standards. This contributed to the Punch receiving an impeccable maneuverability grade. Though this kind of seatbelt might not fit a universal child seat, Global NCAP pointed out that the Punch only had a lap belt available in the rear center seat, which reduced its score. In an adult passenger accident, this kind of restraint can potentially cause significant injuries to the spine or abdomen.

Electronic stability control and side effects are not features of the Punch.

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