From the spy shots, it is clear that Tata Vista facelift front fascia is inspired by the Manza hybrid seen at 2012 Auto Expo. It gets a new set of headlights, new front grille and fresh front bumper. Changes at the rear include revised tail lamps while registration plate housing has been moved upwards.
Interiors too have received a major change. As you can see in the spy shot above, the interiors are completely revamped. A new 3 spoke steering wheel with steering mounted controls, new instrument cluster with silver accent on the tacho/speedometer, change in dashboard design, while the dual tone white/beige combination on the inside continues.
Where engine configurations on board the new Tata Vista facelift are concerned, expect to see the same 1.3 liter Quadrajet diesel engine offering peak power of 74 bhp and 88 bhp while a 1.2 liter new petrol mill, with max power output of 100 bhp and enhanced fuel efficiency is also expected, pushing up power from 64 bhp being offered by the 1.5 liter petrol mill doing duty on current Tata Vista.
The new Tata Vista facelift is being targeted for international markets and was recently spotted on test in Italy. The new Vista facelift will be designed at the company’s European design center and is to be based on the same platform as its existing model. (images via)