Spied – 2014 Tata Vista facelift caught uncamouflaged?
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Has the 2014 Tata Vista facelift has been caught uncamouflaged? Thanks to this image from Team-BHP.com, we may very well be seeing the first glimpse of the updated car.
Though the front fascia is different, you will not mistake the 2014 Vista for anything else thanks to its familiar headlight design. We notice that the lights have been shortened and the layout of the grille reminds us of the Tata Manza hybrid that was shown at the 2012 Auto Expo.
The front bumper sports triangular airdams on either ends and this looks tastefully done. We don’t notice any other changes and the design of the wing mirrors and the surfacing of the doors seem to be the same as well.
There are bound to be certain changes to the rear of the hatchback. Thanks to Indian Autos Blog reader, Kishor Gavhane’s spy shots of the camouflaged Vista facelift, we were able to take note that the test mule had decoy taillight elements. Tata may deviate from the conventional X-mas tree like lights giving the 2014 Vista a completely different design.
The 2014 Vista is expected to continue with the same 1.3-liter Fiat sourced MultiJet engine available in two states of tune – 75PS and 90PS. The petrol engine, which is also sourced from Fiat, is the 1.2-liter FIRE outputting 65PS. The BS3 TDI could be upgraded to the BS4 CR4 thus enabling the company a wide range of variants across India.
[Image from – Team BHP]