Auto portal reviews the Honey combed Tata Zica Hatchback

Tata Zica from the Tata motors is the premium hatchback expecting its launch in the next year 2016. We could bring home the Tata Zica from the next January 2016. This Orangie can occupy 4 passengers and even 5 passengers with its broad design. Tata Zica works with both of its petrol and diesel powered engine systems, giving a stable driving experience while driving on the Indian city roads. Tata Zica is expected to give a breakeven point for the Tata Motors and it a sure contender among the Indian based progressive models to look forward. Tata Motors seems to have delivered a nice, zippy city car.

Here’s is a look at Tata’s upcoming Zica hatchback.

Exterior designing of the Tata Zica

More importantly, with Zica, Tata has finally ditched its Indica design template that continued from original Indica to latest Bolt.

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Tata Zica has an euro touch with its dual toned bumper and reframed rear profile. Even though the Tata Zica has considered cost effective highly advanced designing options, it resembles its previously launched Tata Indica at certain point. The front portion has a major replacement component pertaining to the front grills. The standard Tata grille is replaced by the full on honey comb design that complements the external view. The side profile looks simple with shoulder line getting extended from edge to edge and modified luminaries with other features. Tata Zica is far better than its previously launched hatchback and sedan.

Interior designing of the Tata Zica

The interior has a wide driver centric cabin design. The instrument meters are easily accessible by the driver and the central console is well designed in this Zica. The infotainment system is oddly placed and the Harman system gives a jamming music session while travelling. The presence of eco mode operational system helps in improving the fuel efficiency of the car. The 22 utility holders and 240 litre boot capacity are the added storage features suitable for the long distance travelling. The Tata Zica will be the much demanded economic hatchback of 2016.

Below the skin systems

The Tata Zica gets a stable speed 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 for preventing the car from collapsing while driving at a very high speed. Tata Zica gets good suspension features and hence forth more suitable for travelling by the rugged roads. Tata Zica costs around Rs. 4-6 lakhs and it will effectively break horns with the Hyundai i-10 and Suzuki Celerio.

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