Just recently we spotted the Chevrolet Tavera Facelift undergoing cold weather testing at Manali. Now we caught the Tavera facelift yet again, this time at Rohtang Pass, 13000 feet above sea level. The 2012 Tavera will get new front bumpers along with clear lens headlamps. However the biggest change to the car is the engine from the Sonalika Rhino. The 2.0-liter common rail motor will be badged as a TCDi unit and will produce close to 100 bhp of power. Testing is in its final stages and will be completed by the end of this month. There was no General Motors guy on board and the facelifted Tavera’s interiors were unchanged. Lots of wires along with a laptop were present on the front passenger seat to take down readings in the cold atmosphere. We expect General Motors to launch the facelifted Tavera with a BSIV compliant engine by the end of this year. A slight price hike is evident.