Earlier this week, we posted pics of the upcoming 2014 Tata Vissta facelift’s projector headlamps. Now, a new spy pic of the upcoming Vista facelift has surfaced on the web world and as can be seen in this pic here, the lower spec Vista facelift models would sport conventional clear lens headlamps with halogen bulbs.
The 2014 Vista project has been internally codenamed as the Falcon 4 and would make its public debut at the upcoming 2014 Indian Auto Expo. This means that it is likely that the car would go on sale around the advent of next fiscal.
Thanks to a set of new bumpers, the Vista facelift would be marginally longer than the current model. The car would also get a new front grille and a set of new headlamps, all of which would make the car’s front end similar in appearance to that of the Manza hybrid we saw at the 2012 Auto Expo. The biggest change however, will lie at the rear. The 2014 Tata Vista will not sport the typical X-Mas tree styled taillamps and would instead get more conventional units. The registration plate housing too would move upwards and on to the rear hatch.
On the inside, the car gets a new dashboard and an upholstery change. The instrument binnacle has shifted to a conventional position, in front of the driver.
Engine options, in all probability, would be carried over from the current model. However, expect them to be bestowed with minor tweaks for improved fuel efficiency.
Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates on the 2014 Tata Vista refresh