Tata Motors today launched `Grande MK II', an upgraded version of its premium Sumo Grande model, in the domestic market. The upgraded model offers improvements both in the interior and the exterior as also better riding and driving comforts, a Tata Motors release said.
The exterior spots a new chrome-lined grill, side rub rails with chrome inserts and indicators on ORVMs.
"The interiors have been refreshed to give the vehicle a completely new, contemporary look with a two tone theme complemented by a new faux wood centre console and new fabric upholstery."
Grande MK II's changed drive ratio helps boost low-speed performance in city driving conditions while a modified suspension ensures a comfortable ride, particularly for second and third row occupants - optimised anti-roll bars reduce body roll to a minimum during cornering, the release said.
The new model has a smaller steering wheel with floating horns, a grab handle on the 'C' pillar to aid egress of third row passengers, and new inner door handles.
Like the Sumo Grande, the Grande MK II also boasts of the best-in-class third row seats and lowest turning circle radius of 5.25 metres in the category.