Tata Vista D90 discontinued to make way for new Falcon?

Tata Vista D90 production has been stopped to make way for the next gen variant under the Vista moniker. Dealers are clearing existing stocks and getting ready to welcome the new facelift model to their showrooms.

Powered by a 1.3 liter Fiat sourced multijet engine, the D90 was tuned to deliver 90 PS power as against the regular Vista, powered by the same engine but delivers 75 PS. Vista D90 was launched to compete with the likes of Maruti Suzuki Swift. But, sales failed to register a spark on the monthly report, bringing an end to the production of Tata Vista D90.

Tata Vista D90 discontinued to make way for new Falcon

Cartoq now reveals that the D90 is discontinued by Tata to make way for the new Vista, currently codenamed Falcon. The refreshed Vista, which is currently on test is heading to 2014 Auto Expo in February, after which it will be making its way to company showrooms. Codenamed Falcon 4 as on date, the redesigned Vista will do away with the Vista nameplate.

The new model will sport shorter tail lights while registration plate is situated higher on the rear bumper on its bootlid. The front of the new Vista could sport a grille as seen on the Manza Hybrid while projector headlights are reserved for higher end models. More details once the car is revealed officially at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.