Space and comfort have always been the high points of the Storme and these remain unchanged. Tata has increased the overall appeal by changing a few things in the new Storme. Step inside the cabin and you notice the new steering wheel that has been borrowed from the Bolt / Zest twins. This is a slightly smaller unit and its placement is also far better than the earlier version. Take your eyes to the central console and you notice the new integrated audio system that supports Bluetooth and sounds far better. However that said, with the Bolt and Zest getting touch screen infotainment systems, this one feels from the era gone by. Tata has improved the overall quality of interiors and the but practically, there are a few sore points - storage spaces arent enough and the Storme doesnt come with features like rear camera, cooled glovebox etc.
There is ample space in the first two rows but the last one is best for kids. The base LX version doesnt get the 3rd row jump seats. Worthy of a mention is that there are both roof mounted as well as floor mounted air-vents for the 2nd row passengers.
Thanks to the height of the car, visibility is excellent but passengers really need to climb inside this SUV.