Tata Indicruz:Launchs Soon
Estimated price: Rs 8-10 lakh
India's third largest auto manufacturer, Tata Motors plans to launch its new MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle), Tata Indicruz in Indian market. Tata Indicruz is a premium MPV that is based on Tata Motors' most popular SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle), Tata Safari platform. Tata Indicruz is a 7-seater vehicle and most probably it will be equipped with latest 2.2L Dicor engine, navigation system and active safety features like ABS and airbags. Lookwise Tata Indicruz is a stylish car with elegant interiors and dashing exteriors along with other things like large grille, 17" alloy wheels and mirror mounted indicators. The car will have a its India launch around in month of august or september 2009.
The Tata Indicruz features the 32-bit 2.2-litre 16 valve DICOR engine which even powers the Tata Safari DICOR, Sumo Grande and the Xenon XT. The engine has two variants, one which produces 140bhp and the other which produces 120bhp. The Sumo Grande has the 120bhp engine whereas the rest has 140bhp engine. We believe the Indicruz will be powered by 140bhp.
The Tata Indicruz should be a trendy MUV, which will have most of the features of a MUV and should be spacious like most of the Tata vehicles. The front grille and the head light combination is somewhat similar to the Indica Vista with the headlight tapering upwards at the end.
The Indicruz will be built to seat 7 and Tata could add ABS and airbags to increase the safety features.
Engine Displacement: 2200cc
Length: 3329 mm
Width: 1710 mm
Ground Clearance: 150mm
Gears: 5 Manual
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