The 2014 Tata Vista facelift has been spotted again and the latest spy pic of the upcoming model comes from our friend and reader Aamir Bankapur.
2014 Tata Vista release and launch date
As is a well known fact, the upcoming 2014 Vista project has been internally codenamed as the Falcon 4 and the refreshed Tata B segment hatchback will make its motor-show debut at the eagerly awaited 2014 Auto Expo, which is slated to take place in early February next year. This means that there are good chances that the comprehensively updated Vista will go on sale around the advent of next fiscal.
Changes to the front fascia
It is being said that the Vista facelife will sport a set of new bumpers, that will make it marginally longer than the current model. Thanks to a set of new bumpers, the Vista facelift would be marginally longer than the current model. Other than a set of new bumpers, the car will also sport a revised front grille that might dump the traditional smiley look of cars in the Indica family.
Also, the car will come equipped with a set of new headlamps, which would sport projector units in the high end model and make the car’s front end look similar to the one on the Manza hybrid concept, which made its debut at the last Expo.
Changes to the rear end
While the car will sport a comprehensively updated front fascia, the biggest change will lie at the rear-end. The 2014 Tata Vista facelift might no longer sport the X-Mas tree like taillight cluster that is typical of Tata hatchbacks. Instead, the car will come with more conventional units. This is not all as the registration plate housing too would change its earlier location and will move upwards and on to the rear hatch.
Changes to the interiors
Other than a host of exterior changes, the car will also come with updated interior panels. Safely expect the car to get the Manza’s dashboard and an upholstery change. Also, the car could get a longer features list.
Changes to the engines
Engine options for the updated Vista, in all probability, would remain unchanged. However, we expect that the manufacturer would bestow them with a re-map to make them more fuel efficient.
Stay tuned to Motoroids for more dope on the 2014 Tata Vista refresh