Olympians around the world who won the medals in the recently commenced Tokyo Olympics are being showered with prizes including brand new cars in their respective countries. However, Indian automaker Tata has went a step ahead and has awarded the Indian Olympians who narrowly missed a podium finish at the Tokyo Olympics by awarding them a brand-new Altroz hatchback.
According to Tata, these athletes may not have won a medal at the Tokyo Olympics but have won the hearts of millions and inspired many through their commendable performances. To recognize and congratulate them, the company will hand over each of the 24 Olympians including those from hockey, wrestling, golf, boxing and discuss throw, with a Tata Altroz in High Street Gold color. Commenting on this, Shailesh Chandra, the President of Tata passenger vehicle business, said:
“We are extremely proud of our athletes for the sheer commitment and the indomitable spirit they showed at the recently held Tokyo Olympics and it is my honor to share the same platform with them today. Resonating their spirit and acknowledging their hard work, we are ecstatic to present to them the Tata Altroz, the gold standard in premium hatchbacks. As they continue to inspire each one of us, we wish them all the very best for their future and are confident that in years to come, they will bring to our country success galore.”
The Altroz is presently the most premium Tata hatchback one can buy in the Indian market. Launched at the beginning of this year, the Altroz has also become the safest Indian hatchback by grabbing a full 5-stars Global NCAP crash test rating. Built on Tata’s ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced Architecture) platform, the Altroz gets dual airbags, Corner Stability Control (CSC), ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, ISOFIX rear-seat anchors, rear parking sensors with a reversing camera, and automatic door locks as standard.
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