Tata Motors launches new Indica V2 Turbomax variant
Auto major, Tata Motors has announced the launch of a new vrient of its popular car Indica named the ‘Indica V2 Turbomax’.
The hatchback can comfortably provide seating for five people with the widest cabin in its segment. The car is powered by 1.4L turbocharged producing a maximum output of 71 PS @4500 RPM and a maximum torque of 135 Nm @2500rpm. The engine is fuel efficient and is complaint with the BS4 norms.
According to the company, the V2 Turbomax returned a mileage of 19kmpl on highway roads and 14kmpl fuel consumption on city roads under ARAI tests. The car will be available in four colors. The DLS version is available in Magnesium Gray and Furnace Red colors while DLE is available in Arctic Silver and Mint White. The car features various improvements to its interior as well as exterior designing and features added features. The interior of the car now features new electronic instrument cluster with digital odometer, a new floor console with mobile charger dock and cigarette lighter provision.
The exteriors include clear lens headlamps, clear lens tail lamps and new front grille with chrome strip. It also features bumpers in suited colors and new ORVMs. The car is now munch more conformable with additional features like tinted windshield, door and tailgate glass, remote release of fuel lid latch and tailgate latch along with warning meter for low fuel and high engine temperature.
The company has not announced the pricing details of the new variant. Tata Indica V2 Turbomax DLE is expected to be suited for Taxi’s and will come without power steering while Tata Indica V2 Turbomax DLS will be aimed at consumers.
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