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Tata Zica color palette unveiled; 4 new colors on offer

Tata Zica color options (1)

The car is touted to be a spiritual successor to the Indica eV2.

The Tata Zica color palette is chosen to complement the car’s youthful appeal and hence there are some fresh options. Apart from the usual Platinum Silver and Pearlescent White, the upcoming hatchback can be had in Sunburst Orange (official communication color), Berry Red, Espresso Brown and Striker Blue.

The three new exterior color options target younger audience and suit the car’s design lines. Tata has finally stepped out of its traditional design language and has come up with a more expressive and contemporary styling. The trademark smiley grille is sandwiched by bold headlamps to help the sense of width. A partitioned bumper airdam, chrome foglight enclosures and a sharp chin enhance the sportiness.

Tata Zica color options (2)

The color palette has equal mix of traditional and modern color options.

The profile has a subtle hint of the new Ford Figo’s design lines while the rear fascia gets interesting leaf shaped taillights, contoured hatch door and a bumper with massive black finished license plate enclosure.

The modern interior is finished in dual-tone black-beige color theme with hexagonal piano black centre console and exterior-color co-ordinated side AC vents (optional). The high-end version gets an Harman infotainment system with smartphone connectivity for navigation, 8-speakers, reverse parking sensor, power windows, powered ORVMs, etc.

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The Tata Zica will be competing with the Maruti Celerio, Chevrolet Beat and the old Hyundai i10. The hatchback is powered by new 85 PS 1.2-litre petrol and 70 PS 1.05-litre diesel engine.

Tata Zica color options – Photos

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