Spied – Tata Bolt ahead of its Auto Expo 2014 unveil

Posted on: Jan 28, 2014 - 4:22pm IST

Tata Motors’ upcoming hatchback, the Tata Bolt has been spied recently. These images were clicked by our reader in Pune, Maharashtra, close to Tata Motors’ facility.

Tata Bolt taillights spyshot
The Tata Bolt gets the new 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol Revotron engine.

The Tata Bolt was designed by Tata Motors’ European design centre. The Bolt is being teased as the F4, or Falcon 4, but it is believed that Tata will call the car ‘Bolt’. The Bolt is a heavily redesigned Tata Vista. It will be powered by the company’s newly announced 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol Revotron engine that develops 85 hp.

Tata Bolt rear three quarter spyshot
The Tata Bolt is a heavily redesigned Vista.

The Bolt gets an all-new ‘Human Machine Interface’ which suggests Bluetooth connectivity at the very least. The Bolt’s interiors have been redesigned as well to give it a more upmarket feel compared to the Vista. It gets a steering wheel which seems to have been inspired by the Hyundai i20’s and it gets an instrument cluster with a small digital information screen in the centre flanked by large rounds dials for the tachometer and the speedometer.

The Bolt will be officially unveiled on February 3rd, and a public debut will happen later at the Auto Expo 2014.

Tata Bolt – Spyshots Image Gallery

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3 thoughts on “Spied – Tata Bolt ahead of its Auto Expo 2014 unveil

  1. Milo Cruise says:

    Looks cool…

    Reply
  2. Vaibhav Kassrija says:

    Its not I20 inspired steering. Its same design used in tata xenon and earier concepts like pixel

    Reply
    1. Naveen says:

      Perfectly said Vaibhav Kassrija. Hats off..

      Reply

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