Rear lights are expected to be no longer seen in a traditional long design, as seen currently on the Indica and Vista variants. The new arrangement will see a series of combination lights on its lower portion bootlid thus giving the new Vista a completely new appearance from the rear end. Brake lights also follow suite in a new arrangement, while the Vista could also receive redesigned headlights.
On the front, you will have a new bumper design with new grille. There will also be new headlight design incorporating the new bumper. Other updates noticed were its registration plate which has been affixed on boot lid as against bumper while a new grille follows the same design as seen on the Manza Hybrid. Where engine details are concerned, the 2014 Vista could receive the same engine as seen on the present model which includes a 1.3 liter Multijet diesel engine, a 1.4 liter TDI and a 1.2 liter petrol engine. (Images: Motor Vikatan)