Tata Zica, the new hatchback car from the well-known local car manufacturer Tata motors is set for its big launch early next year, with its customer attractive features. Tata motors are in the field of automobile manufacturing ever since 1961 and it is a well known brand for providing a middle- income sedan and utility cars like the Tata Nano, Tata Indica and Indigo, Tata Zest and Safari Storme. Tata’s cars are known for its affordability and good mileage figures. Tata has not tasted the fruit of success with its recent launches and hopefully the Zica will provide them the much needed break through with its upcoming launch.
Exterior Specifications of the Zica
The all new Tata Zica, from the Tata motors has a hexagonal outer design with a much appealing and compact outer finish when compared to its previous launches. Tata Zica is designed mainly to attract the youngsters with its simple design and clean finish. The presence of the shoulder line and the belt line makes no difference to the outer appearance and the front portion looks protruding, making the car a bit larger. The other expectations are the presence of the modified full front grille, inclusive headlamps, chrome finish and 14-inch spoke wheel with good luminaries that complements the outer appearance.
Interior Specifications of the Zica
The interior looks much wider with much needed space in the head room and the leg room. The seating arrangements suitably carry 4 passengers and the top portion gets much better and quality with piano finish on the gear knob and the steering wheel when compared to its lower portion. The instrument cluster looks rather oddly placed with less cost plastic material. The interior gives a mixed expression in terms of quality offerings. The presence of the driver centric control meters and the juke infotainment meter are the expected hit features from this all new Tata Zica.
Will the engine roar?
The Tata Zica gets powered by its 1.2 litre 3-cylinder petrol and diesel engine giving an 85 PS of power and 114Nm of torque. The transmission system is expected to be automatic with an independent Macpherson strut setup in the front and a twisted beam at the rear side. Tata Zica is more suitable for driving in the bad road condition as it gets good suspension features that make the car stable even after hitting a top speed. One can buy Tata Zica after ascertaining its quality and product durability as Tata’s previous launches faced the issue of quality finish. We can bring back Tata Zica home at a cost of Rs. 4-6 lakhs and it is expected stopper for the Tata Motors next year.