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Tata Further Teases Zica; Interiors Revealed! (Video Inside)

Modified On Feb 24, 2016 04:23 PM By Raunak for Tata Tiago 2016-2019

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Update: Tata has showcased the entry level hatchback Zica aka Tiago at the 2016 Auto Expo that will take on other popular hatchbacks in the country including Chevrolet Beat, Maruti Suzuki Celerio and Hyundai i10. Audiences may not have to wait too long to get their hands on the newly launched hatchback with its release scheduled in two weeks. With company’s very own ConnectNext infotainment system, segment first 8 speaker system and alternatives for diesel and naturally aspirated motor, Tata Zica looks pretty strong to make a big impact. Check out the Auto Expo reveal, image gallery and more.

Tata has released a new video of the upcoming Zica hatchback. This new video teases the dashboard of the already leaked Zica's cabin! The vehicle will be revealed this week to the media while Tata Tiago launch will happen most probably by next month. The launch of a compact sedan based on the Zica will follow the hatch’s launch and expectations are that Tata will reveal the sedan at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo in February.

The cabin appears to be comparatively more premium than the one seen in its competitors like Maruti Suzuki Celerio and Hyundai i10. The twin pod instrumentation cluster features a large MID (Multi-Info Display) showing the current gear, specific door open indicator along with instantaneous and average fuel economies. The rev-counter doesn’t feature redline like the Zest and the Bolt instead the needle itself turns red. The ConnectNext system, as indicated in the video, will be powered by Harman featuring 4 speakers and 4 tweeters. Along with a host of connectivity options including Bluetooth, the Zica also features segment-first voice commands.

In terms of engine options, reportedly Zica will be powered by a new 1.2-liter petrol and a 1.05-liter diesel engines, both featuring three cylinders. This teaser video is of the petrol variant and it seems like the Zest and Bolt, Zica will also feature two driving modes - City and ECO. Stay tuned for our road test review coming up this week.

Watch the Official Tata Zica Teaser

Watch First Drive of Tata Zica


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