We reported in detail when it emerged that Tata Motors is close to launching a new variant of its Vista hatchback. This upcoming variant, which will succeed the now-defunct D90, will be called Vista Tech and could go on sale anytime soon.
Seen here today are a couple of Tata Vista Tech brochure scans, which were leaked yesterday by Motorbeam.
Tata Vista Tech is a part of the refreshed variants list for Tata’s B segment contender. Soon, the Vista will be available with only two engine options, with each of these getting two trim lines. The two engines on offer will include- TDI and Quadrajet 75. Both of these will go on sale in LS trim and while the top-end trim line for the TDI variant will be the LX, the Quadrajet 75 will boast of VX Tech trim on top-end model. The Quadrajet 90 engine won’t be available anymore and might just be restricted to the upcoming Falcon 4 hatchback.
The Vista VX Tech comes with Manza’s dashboard, a driver information system, a multimedia touchscreen system with GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, audio video playback, USB, AUX, CD, etc.
Powering the car is the highly successful 1.3-litre Quadrajet engine in 75PS state of tune. This engine has a peak torque of 190 Nm and the upcoming Vista Tech will go on sale with “Designed To Thrill” tagline. The car will be offered in four colors- grey, white, silver and chill blue.
Visual changes include a set of badges and some graphics on the front doors. We expect the Tata Vista Tech to be price aggressively.