New 2014 Tata Indica Vista facelift spied

Tata Motors likely to make cosmetic changes to external styling, add equipment.

Tata Motors is planning to give an extensive facelift to the Indica Vista hatchback. This test-mule was spied near Coimbatore.

The Indica Vista is expected to receive a long list of cosmetic and styling updates such as a new front fascia which could be inspired by the Manza hybrid shown at the Auto expo earlier. At the rear, the tail-lamps are expected to be all-new and the current signature Christmas-tree arrangement will be ditched.  Also, the spy shots show the number plate positioned on the boot-lid instead of the rear bumper as seen on the current car.

Expect the new Tata Indica Vista to carry over the current engine range which includes a 1.3-litre diesel engine with two power output options, a 1.4-litre TDI diesel engine which is BS-III only and a 1.2-litre petrol.

Our sources tell us that the Manza will also get a similar update in near future. Tata Motors could  showcase the updated Vista and Manza at the upcoming Auto Expo in February 2014. 

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