Tata to formally introduce Magic Iris in September


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Tata Magic Iris

Tata Motors is bracing to launch a new variant on the Ace’s platform for inter-city transport – the fascinating Magic Iris.

The vehicle, showcased at the Auto Expo this year, was launched in Jaipur to test the response of the operators/auto rickshaw owners to this low-speed, unique vehicle that runs on diesel fuel. As per reports, the national launch will be conducted in September-October 2010.

The Magic Iris can be expected in both BS3 and BS4 variants. From the spyshots, we infer the pod-like people carrier would be sold in bright colors that will create a lively atmosphere around it.

Built on the Ace platform, the Magic Iris can seat three passengers in the rear and one in the front. It has car-like interiors and quality is light years ahead of an autorickshaw’s. The same platform will also be used to bring out the Penguin, a light load carrier.

The Magic Iris is put together at the company’s Pantnagar, Uttrakhand facility where the Ace is also manufactured.

Features of Tata magic Iris

611cc, single cylinder water-cooled BS 3 (emission norms compatible), 11hp diesel engine

Cable shift gearbox – 4 forward, 1 reverse

Steering – mechanical, rack and pinion

12-inch radial tires

Seating capacity – driver+ 4 passengers

Hard steel roof and dashboard

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