Tata Motors, the only Indian manufacturer at the Geneva Motor Show, has unveiled the Tata Elegante, a sedan based on an all new platform.
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According to a press release from Tata Motors,
The Tata Elegante, larger than the current Indigo sedan, is conceptualised to incorporate 4 cylinder transverse petrol and diesel engines from 1.4 litres through to 2 litres and a compact V6 petrol power unit. Common rail direct injection turbo diesel engines with variable valve timing and capabilities to comply with Euro V emissions norms will also be available. Power varies from 90 to 200 PS with torque of upto 280 Nm. Transmission options include 6 speed manual and automatic gearboxes..
Besides meeting all European safety, crash-worthiness and emission standards, the Tata Elegante’s features include satellite navigation system, cruise control, integrated blue tooth compatibility, heated mirrors, rain sensor, front and rear parking sensors, and many other contemporary features.
Besides,the Elegante, Tata also has on display a redesigned Tata Pick-up, fitted with a 2.2 litre 140 PS common rail direct injection Euro IV compliant diesel engine. Also on display are the latest versions of the Tata Indica hatchback, the Tata Indigo SW station wagon and the Tata Safari DiCOR sports utility vehicle
Image Courtesy: Official Website of the Geneva Motor Show.
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