We have got our hands on the spy pics of the facelifted Indica Vista, sent by Autocar India reader Raghul Sivaguru
The refreshed Vista gets a Manza-like front fascia; this includes the reworked front bumper, all-new chrome grille, and new double-barrel headlamps. The rear styling tweaks include redesigned tail-lamps, and a new tailgate appliqué in black that houses the Tata Logo. There will be additional colour shades as well.
The facelifted Vista is also said to adapt a new and more conventional variant naming system, as seen in the car in the spy picture, which has a VX badge on its rear hatch. The top-of-the-line model will be called the ZX, and it will have steering mounted audio controls, power mirrors, 14-inch dual tone alloy wheels (also seen in the Manza), and additional chrome bits on the exterior.
The refreshed Indica Vista will carry over the current engine range. The Indica Vista comes with a 1.2-litre 64bhp and 1.4-litre 88bhp petrol with VVT the 1.3-litre 74bhp common rail diesel motor.
The facelifted Vista is expected to hit the showrooms very soon.