Tata Motors had showcased their ‘Impact’ style language with a host of vehicles at the 2016 Delhi Car Expo and a few of those cars have already made way into the Indian market. It began with the Tiago, which was first called Zica, and after that it was the Hexa that introduced last month. Now,
Indian car maker Tata Motors has recently unveiled an updated Nano that promises to deliver “more awesomeness” than ever before. Moderately revised, the updated Nano can be distinguished by chrome trim and a new rear bumper with sporty mesh inserts. The model can also be equipped with four personalization kits that feature goodies like a
Tata has made public the Vista D90 Xtreme Concept earlier this week at the Buddh International Circuit. By introducing this concept, the Tatas are making their intention clear that they are out with a rival for cars such as the Volkswagen Cross Polo, Skoda Fabia Scout and the Honda Fit Twist. The vehicle’s suspension is
Tata is currently working on a upgraded version of its Nano with the vehicle set to receive multiple changes which includes new engines as well. Alongside the CNG (compressed natural gas) and diesel versions that have already been confirmed, the 2013 Nano is expected to receive an 800cc engine. The 0.8-liter unit for the Nano
After Tata produced the Nano, the cheapest model in the world, and it turned out to be a failure, the Indians decided to try their luck with the Megapixel concept in Geneva. This hybrid is not planned on entering the production anytime soon, though. The Tata Megapixel is powered by a tiny 0.0032-liter 1 cylinder
The Indian Tata Indica Vista 2011 is powered by a four cylinder, 1.2-liter that produces 75 horsepower at 4000 rpm. TDI version features a 1.4-liter 4 cylinder, inter-cooled engine that produces 71 horsepower at 4500 rpm. There are also two Safari Series Engines, one being 1.1-liter, and the other one 1.3-liter (both with 4 cylinders).