An open facelifted version of 2013 Tata Indigo eCS new model was recently clicked. This facelift is the first car that is using a severed boot+ sub four metre formula. The original version of this car is among some of the bestselling models form Tata Motors. Tata has been facing a decline in sales figure form quite some time, so it comes as no surprise that a low cost version of a spacious sedan is on its way. The move has clearly been made to improve the steeply declining sales figures.
Updated on 6th June 2013
Finally an Indigo eCS has been spotted without any camouflage (not that the previous spy shots left much to the imagination) by a member of Team-BHP at Pune.
As you can see from the image, the refreshed eCS gets smoked headlamps, chrome highlights around the fog lamps, new chrome bits on the grill, new alloy wheels, a bigger company logo, a slightly tweaked bumper….. that’s all folks! No wait, there’s also the new paint on the eCS, which is called ‘Urban Bronze’. Yep, that’s it for now.
We’ll keep you posted as the news comes in about the new Indigo eCS.
photo source: Team-BHP
Updated on 21st March 2013
As can be clearly made out form the pictures, that this revised version of Tata Indigo eCS has received several modifications both on internal as well as external front. The front portion of the car has been presented with a new grille while the design of fog lamps also seems revised. However in respect to interiors, not much modifications should be expected except a few minor ones. But rest assure that it will carry some of the features similar to the new Indica Vista D90. This means that the comfort and tech level of the sedan will not be compromised against its low cost.
As far as power factor is concerned, this advanced version will continue with the very same diesel and petrol power sources. The petrol engine will have a capacity of 1.2 Litre and will have potential to produce power worth 66 PS against a peak torque of 100 Nm. The diesel engine on the other hand, will be a 1.4 Litre power mill that will produce max power of 71 PS in coordination with a peak torque of 135 Nm. Both the engines will be transmitting power to front wheels via a five speed manual transmission.
It is also being presumed that Tata might bring-in CNG variant of Indigo eCS along with the facelift.Some of the major highlights that bought accolades to this sedan are its roomy interiors and low costs of maintenance. The facelift is expected to stand higher against some of its main rivals like Verito CS, Honda Amaze, and Swift Dzire all of which has been featuring chopped boots.
Stay tuned to Car Blog India for new car launches in India.
via – ICB