Tell me about Tata Bolt interiors?
Tata Bolt gets premium interiors as compared to the car it is based upon, the Vista. As familiar, with the launch of Zest the manufacturer aims to improve its quality. Also, the new design philosophy indicates the way Tata wants to execute its plans in the future. On the inside, Bolt is largely similar to the its elder sister Zest except for the fact that the color scheme is kept different. It gets black interiors, looks sort of cool, with piano black and silvery inserts that add to the premiumness of the interiors. There is a three-spoke multifunction steering wheel that gets useful call control switches and track changing switches. The contemporary dash gets asymmetric A/C vents, similar to Zest. The semi bucket seats provide optimum comfort and control. The interiors provide generous amount of legroom and headroom. The music system is one of the best in its segment as Tata has developed it in collaboration with Harman. The central console gets the infotainment system that backs the navigation and Tata's CONNECTNEXT that helps in seamless music streaming and taking up calls.