Tata Launches Limited Edition Indica Vista

Launching limited edition models is the latest thing in cars and Tata Motors don't want to be left behind, so they've recently introduced the Limited Edition Indica Vista. Announced on December 30, 2008, the car comes with several exterior styling modifications, including alloy wheels and body paint. According to a statement issued by the Indian automaker, the Limited Edition Indica Vista is regarded as the best way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Indica which sold in approximately 940,000 units in the first decade.

Nearly 150,000 units were delivered in 2006, Tata said, with the latest Indica model still gaining an impressive market audience despite the economic downturn that smashed car sales all around the world.

Getting back to the Limited Edition Indica Vista, it comes with a new color combination, Porcelain White with a Black roof, plus alloy wheels, gold finished grill garnish, golden logos and a redesigned registration number plate. Interiors now boast a
new music system and “new seat fabrics in a double stitched pattern and subtle touches all around,” the Indian carmaker said.

“The Anniversary Quadrajet Diesel Indica Vista is priced at Rs. 504,045 (ex-showroom Delhi) and the Anniversary Safire Petrol Indica Vista is priced at Rs. 415,263 (ex-showroom Delhi),” Tata Motors said in the press release.

Tata Indica was first launched on December 30, 1998 and was regarded as the most modern car designed by an Indian company. Mostly characterized by low prices and spacious interiors, Tata Indica quickly became the most attractive model in its segment, with nearly 120,000 orders in the first weeks of availability. An electric version of Indica, powered by lithium-ion batteries, is expected to arrive on the market as soon as mid-2009.
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