Spied – This is the Tata Indigo eCS facelift

Posted on: Jun 6, 2013 - 11:49am IST

Regular Indian Autos Blog readers would know that the Tata Indigo eCS is due for a facelift and we’ve been bringing you spyshots of the camouflaged car, while it was being tested in Pune. However, Team BHP have just gotten their hands on the Indigo eCS facelift sans camouflage.

Tata Indigo eCS facelift front

At first glance, the refreshed Indigo eCS sports the changes we were speculating earlier. Tata has added a ‘smoked’ blackened lens to the headlight of the car and this is something we can also expect in future refreshes from the brand (we’ve seen something similar on the Aria shown at the Geneva Motor Show this year).

The grill of the new eCS has generous helpings of chrome. It seems to sport a honeycomb structure and the Tata logo is set on a chrome garnish.

The front bumper of the car has also been tweaked and the foglamps are surrounded with a chrome enclosure.

Refreshed Tata Indigo eCS spied
Indigo eCS facelift will add a new body color called Urban Bronze.

We had earlier reported that the eCS facelift will add a new color termed by Tata as ‘Urban Bronze’. This is the same color caught by an Indian Autos Blog reader sometime ago and we seem to be confident that Tata are introducing this new color to the car.

The Indigo eCS facelift will also sport a newly designed alloy wheel, which is seen in these spy shots.

Tata is expected to announced the eCS facelift on June 19. Stay tuned for further updates about the car on Indian Autos Blog.

[Image credit – Team BHP]

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5 thoughts on “Spied – This is the Tata Indigo eCS facelift

  1. Chendure murugan says:

    The front bumper of the car has to be changed it looks like:( better make it like 🙂

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  2. Ayyappan says:

    The new alloys and the smoked head lamps look good. Didn’t like the new front grill, looks silly. Overall it has a muscular front look. It looks way way better than the Vibe though. The Urban Bronze looked stunning on the Safari Storme, didn’t quite have the same effect on the eCS.

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  3. Aravind says:

    why they keep launching same india and indigos again and again? and why all their offering has to look same? if they are calling it a family look then this is a bad strategy… like putting an SUV in an MUV body.. where the world is doing otherwise

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  4. roy v mathai says:

    what is needed is greater understanding of the market by Tata Motors and a less step motherly treatment of the car division. Tata’s Commercial vehicle has lots of launches products with excellent design, et all. Why cant these be incorporated in the car range? Also greater synergy between JLR and hopefully Chery motors is needed. The best answer for Tata’s predicament is Rajiv Bajaj’s strategy for Bajaj Auto.. Move away from basic products. Make the equivalent of Pulsar on four wheels and a Jaguar cum LR cum RR cum Tata a-la-KTM Duke-Bajaj Pulsar. Just take the route from Pimpri to Akrudi..

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  5. krish says:

    I strongly recommend that tata spin off the cars division (sans JLR, of course) and sell it to a multi-national or group of investors. Tata cars already looks like a casualty of international competition. Quality, fit and finish and customer service are alien to Tata Motors. The truck culture runs deeply in the organization. They have hardly any new offerings. Nano has bombed. Indica and Indigo are crude and outdated.

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