Tata is going to replace its already phased out D90 with an all new Vista Tech in 4 variants in all. The Tech will sport 2 diesel engines across its variant range. 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 might be a part of the Falcon 4 which is set to be unveiled next month.
The Tata Vista Tech is going to come fully loaded with features, which are going to be picked up from the D90 and the Manza. The dashboard is very similar to the latter and sports an array of driver information display systems which show 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.
"Designed to Thrill" is the tagline that seems to have been given to the Tech and whether or not it is justified is something that we will find out when we have hands on this flavour of Vista that comes with dual tone interiors and a 1.3-litre Quadrajet engine produces 75 PS of power and 190 Nm of torque.
Tata has been known to come up with decen specifications but the build quality and finish is questionable by a lot of peeps out here. The Manza sported decent quality plastics and hopefully they will make their way to the Tech.