Tata premiere city Zica
The new model, the Indica substitute, will go on sale in India early next year.
Tata Motors, which has become known for Nano microcar, showed the first two official images of Zica, a city that will replace Indicates the Indian market. The new model, which goes on sale in early 2016, will measure forces with the Chevrolet Beat, Maruti Suzuki Celerio and Hyundai i10, in a very competitive segment in that Asian country. The new model, producing in Sanand (Gujarat), is based on a updated version of the Indica platform. For now, the Zica should be available only with a 1.2 three-cylinder engine with gasoline and a diesel 1.05 liters, both as standard with manual transmission (or optional with a robotised gearbox). Later it is expected to adopt a 1.4 gasoline.
Despite not having been shown the interior, it is expected to include power windows front and rear, three-spoke steering wheel and chrome accents on the doors. The Zica will have front airbags, 2-DIN audio system, clean brush rear windows and ABS with EBD. In the most equipped versions have alloy wheels, fog lights, rear parking sensors, “flashers” on the covers of mirrors and rear seats with headrests, folding 60:40.