SPIED: Indica MPV caught testing

| February 2, 2012 | 0 Comments


Recently, a new vehicle was caught being tested in and around Pune. The Christmas lights and mirrors are a dead give away that the product is based on the popular hatchback from Tata. Even the shape and position of the end can pointed at the aforementioned hatchback. However, what catches our attention is the fact that this car has a flatter roof than the Indica, almost to the point of making us think this vehicle here be based on the Figo. However, the MH 14 registration again points out towards Tata product. This vehicle is being called the Indica XL and should hit the market in the later half of this year.

Expect the CR2 engines to power these vehicles and Tata plans to target fleet operators with the new variant of Indica as it should provide best in class space and maintenance costs. First came the hatchback, then came the sedan based on it and it was followed by an estate. We also saw a stretch based on Indigo-the indica sedan and now comes the MPV. Trust Tata to play with the Indica platform!

Image source- Saad Khan, MotorBash.com

Category: News, Tata Indica eV2, Tata Motors

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