Tata Indica Vista facelift spied, to come in 2014

The new 2014 Tata Vista could be a quality B Segment Hatch


The first ever spy picture of Indica Vista facelift has surfaced over the net, thanks to the automotive discussion forum Team-Bhp. Though not much could be deduced from the available picture, there will be major changes to the Vista outlook. Till now we have seen many facelifts on Tata cars which have been just a niptuck jobs, this one, the new Vista will have a sea change from the current model.

The new 2014 Vista will feature a sharper look, inspired by the Manza Hybrid which Tata Motors showcased at 2012 Auto Expo in New Delhi. The expected changes include a refreshed grille, new bumpers, sharper headlamps and taillamps. The dashboard is also likely to be changed, likely to be carried over from Manza or Vista D90 which means the instrument cluster will now move on to the right side instead of center. To remind our readers, Tata Motors had decided to push the instrument cluster to the center to keep the cost down on vehicles exported to international markets which have left hand driving rule. The centrally mounted instrument cluster has an advantage of getting well with both right and left hand driving which the Tata wanted to cash on. This is the reason why we have a centrally mounted instrument cluster on the Nano as well.


Apart from the exterior and interior changes there will also be some engine tweaks to increase the drivability and fuel efficiency of the car. Expect a lot of changes to the built quality, as Tata Motors has promised that its future cars will go through series of checks to make sure its cars are up to the mark of its competitors in terms of quality. The new Vista will be launched at 2014 Auto Expo held in New Delhi and most likely the Indica moniker will be phased out, with the new car being named just Tata Vista. Stay tuned for more updates on the new 2014 Tata Indica Vista facelift!

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