Tata Motors, India’s leading carmaker has silently introduced the top-spec Vista Tech in the Indian car market. This model will join as the top-of the line variant of the Vista line-up. Like Vista D90, its instrument console is fitted behind the steering wheel instead of being centrally mounted.
The Vista Tech VX comes loaded with a centrally mounted 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system with audio, video, USB, Bluetooth, which can pair up to five mobile devices, AUX-in and advanced GPS navigation system. These features can be controlled by the driver from the illuminated steering wheel mounted controls. The Vista range also offers a Drive Pro Console and an advanced driver information system at the center console. This console also includes a digital clock, and depending on the mode, instantaneous fuel economy and average fuel economy can be known. The tachometer reveals its sporty red line as it sweeps across the tachometer face.
The new Vista range is now available in a new exterior paint, Blue Chill. It also features the rich dual tone interior, with full fabric seats and chrome touches to door handles. The range comes with front ‘Duo-Float’ suspension, which offers an even better balance of ride comfort with dynamic handling.
Now, the Vista range is available in 3 trims – LS, LX and VX Tech. The top-of-the line limited edition variant, VX Tech gets the 1.3-litre, Quadrajet engine that develops 75PS. The Vista range starts at Rs.5.01 Lakhs for Vista LS, and goes upto Rs.6.19 Lakhs for the Vista VX Tech, ex-showroom Mumbai.
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