Tata Motors will be launching the Vista Tech soon, which is a new variant of the car that replaces the now discontinued D90. We have now got our hands on the brochure of the Vista Tech will spills out all the details of the vehicle, although we have already briefed you earlier on all the changes to the car. The Tata Vista will now be available in 4 variants (2 variants per engine and two engines are being offered). The TDI and Quadrajet 75 are the engines on offer with both offered in the base LS trim while the top-end variant on the TDI motor is LX and the top-end trim on the Quadrajet 75 mill is the VX Tech. The Quadrajet 90 tune isn’t offered on the Vista anymore and we expect it to surface on the Falcon 4 hatchback which is due for unveil next month.
Since the Tata Vista Tech is the replacement of the Vista D90, it carries all the features from it. This includes the dashboard from the Manza which puts the instrument cluster where it belongs, right in front of the driver. The Vista Tech also gets a driver information system which displays instantaneous mileage, average fuel efficiency, digital clock and distance to empty. The car comes with a multimedia touchscreen system with GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, audio video playback, USB, AUX, CD, etc. The company calls its Bluetooth system as Blue 5 Technology.
The Tata Vista Tech retains the Indica’s strong merits of spacious interiors and good ride quality. The vehicle comes with dual tone interiors. The 1.3-litre Quadrajet engine produces 75 PS of power and 190 Nm of torque. The tagline of the Vista Tech is “Designed To Thrill” and the car is offered in four colours namely grey, white, silver and a new chill blue. The exteriors get the Tech badging along with some graphics below the front windows. Expect the Vista Tech to be priced aggressively to help it capture some market share before the Falcon arrives later this year.