Tata Altroz Gets A Dual-clutch Automatic After Two Years Of Launch

The 6-speed dual-clutch automatic is offered in five variants and comes with the 86PS 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine

  • Tata Altroz DCT is priced between Rs 8.1 lakh and Rs 9.9 lakh.
  • Offered in seven variants: XMA+, XTA, XTA Dark, XZA, XZA (O) XZA+, and XZA+ Dark.
  • Commands a premium of Rs 1.07 lakh over the manual variants.
  • New ‘Opel Blue’ colour debuts in the Altroz.
  • No changes to features or design.

Tata Motors has launched the automatic variants of the Altroz from Rs 8.1 lakh. The dual-clutch automatic transmission, paired with the standard 1.2-litre petrol engine, will be offered in five trims: XMA+, XTA, XZA, XZA (O) and XZA+. Plus, the gearbox will be provided in the all-black Dark Edition in the XTA and XZA+, taking the total variant count to seven. 

Take a look at the detailed variant-wise prices:


Altroz MT

Altroz DCT*



Rs 7.03 lakh

Rs 8.1 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh


Rs 7.53 lakh

Rs 8.6 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh

XT Dark

Rs 7.99 lakh

Rs 9.06 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh


Rs 8.03 lakh

Rs 9.1 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh

XZ (O)

Rs 8.15 lakh

Rs 9.22 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh


Rs 8.53 lakh

Rs 9.6 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh

XZ+ Dark

Rs 8.83 lakh

Rs 9.9 lakh

Rs 1.07 lakh

*Introductory Pricing

As you can see above, the Altroz DCT commands a premium of Rs 1.07 lakh over the manual transmission.  

The newly introduced transmission – to be sold alongside the standard 5-speed manual – is a 6-speed dual-clutch automatic, paired with the 86PS 1.2-litre naturally aspirated three-pot petrol motor. The ‘box is a wet clutch unit, allowing it to stay cooler than a dry clutch. It’s also claimed to have lesser moving components. There’s an Auto Park feature as well, which, well,  automatically shifts the vehicle to ‘Park’ if the driver forgets to select it while getting out of the car. 

Apart from the NA petrol engine, the Altroz also gets a 110PS 1.2-litre turbo-petrol and a 90PS 1.5-litre diesel. 


Tata has taken this opportunity to introduce the new Opel Blue colour in the Altroz. It will be the latest addition to the existing shades: Downtown Red, Arcade Grey, Avenue White, Harbour Blue, and Cosmo Black (Dark Edition). 

No changes have been made to the hatchback’s design or features. Our first drive review of the Altroz will get you up to speed: 


The introduction of the dual-clutch transmission should significantly improve the Altroz’s appeal as it did not have an automatic transmission up until now. It locks horns with the Hyundai i20 CVT/DCT, Maruti Suzuki Baleno/Toyota Glanza AMT, and the Honda Jazz CVT

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