2014 Tata Vista spotted again, side and rear angles come into focus

Posted on: Jul 10, 2013 - 4:41pm IST

Our friends at Team BHP had carried an image of a completely camouflaged Tata Vista last month. This sparked speculations of a majorly reskinned version launching next year as the 2014 Tata Vista facelift.

2014 Tata Vista spotted testing - Side

Today Team BHP returns with more images, revealing the side and rear of the car. As the car is still a secret, it wears full camouflage.

Team BHP is reporting that design cues observed on the Tata Manza Hybrid concept presented at the Delhi Auto Expo last year would be the new ingredients of the Vista facelift.

2014 Tata Vista spotted testing - rear three quarter
The 2014 Tata Vista will ditch its X-Mas tree taillights for a new unit.

Another revelation made by them is that the rear taillight ditches its X’mas tree arrangement. The test mule has decoy taillights suggesting that the a design could be incorporated. Interestingly, the license plate moves up the hatch door and the rear bumpers are new.

We expect the powertain lineup to be carried forward albeit with some improvements. The current Vista is offered with both petrol and diesel engines. The 1.2 litre Safire petrol puts out 65PS while the popular 1.3 litre MultiJet diesel engine is available in two states of tune – 75PS and 90PS. There is also an entry level homegrown 1.4 litre BS3 diesel engine which produces 71PS which could be replaced by the CR4 diesel engine.

The 2014 Vista will be a part of Tata Motors HorizonNext strategy which involves the launch of product refreshes in regular intervals.

[Source: Teambhp.com]

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6 thoughts on “2014 Tata Vista spotted again, side and rear angles come into focus

  1. nitin says:

    If tata people care to read these post they would do much better than today….. tata need a new car rather than facelifts…. from what we see from above is again a facelift lift… rear view mirrors are carried over from present generation vista/manza….

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  2. Tata needs to keep a tab of the current trend in auto industry like Mahindra. The car though heavily camouflaged, looks out of its league. The Horizon Strategy clearly doesn’t seem to be working for them and the sale of their models are likely to stumble in the coming times.

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    1. Veeru says:

      For god’s sake, they have announced it just a month ago! strategy is not something that changes every week/month. It’s something that’s formed for coming few years in advance! Can’t think what people are smoking..

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  3. jagan dagan says:

    the car lacks modern proportions.

    you cannot change this until you change the car.

    bad times for tata are to stay.

    JD

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  4. Ayyappan says:

    They need drastic changes to the overall design. A nip and tuck job wouldn’t land them anywhere.

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  5. Veer says:

    Hope this time they ditch that balloon or bloated looks. Some sharp edges and creases on body would be welcome.

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