Cars shorter than 4 meter in length in India have considerably lesser excise duty as they are classifieds as small cars. To take the advantage of the same, Tata motors is working on a shorter version of Tata Indigo Manza, the new variant will be called Tata Indigo Manza CS. The most interesting fact Tata Indigo Manza CS is that it will not cut down on the interior comfort of the car as the interior dimension of the passenger compartment will not be changed. Tata designers will contract the front and boot of the car to bring it to less than 4 meters in length from current length of 4.413 m. This reduction of about 42 cm in length will be achieved by cutting down space near the front grille of the car.
This reduction in size will enable Tata to price Manza CS very competitively to the hatchbacks. This is a great value for money for the buyers who want an entry level Sedan in a price bracket of a hatchback car.