Tata Motors, the leading Indian car maker has been the hallmark of vehicle innovations, prototype testing and introducing new variants and models of its prevailing cars, in order to cater wide options to the car buyers. Recently, the company’s much anticipated car model, Tata Indica Station Wagon was spotted testing on the shores of Chinchwad, Pune by Motorbeam reader Ravi Chauhan.

Earlier too, a prototype of this car was seen testing that looked alike Tata Indica XL, without cargo volume. As of now, the car maker, Tata Motors has not released any official statement about this car, but speculations are that this car is going to be launched, targeting the taxi market in India.

Tata Indica Station Wagon

It seems that the overall length of this car is considerably going to be more than four meters. Earlier, the auto-grand, Tata Motors unleashed the Indica project in 1998 and regained the fixed costs by a good margin that has enabled the car maker to slate its first passenger car at a more competing price. Expectations are that the company might introduce this car with an efficient 1400 cc CR4 engine that is speculated to have commendable fuel economy of 25 kmpl. Considering the taxi segment needs, the company might introduce this car with LPG or CNG variants and an additional 1.2litre petrol in-line.

As far as the price of this car is concerned, Tata Motors might slate it between the Indica Xeta and Indica Vista variant, availing more options to the entire Indica fleet. However, the seating capacity of this car still remains a big question mark, but considering its big size, Tata Indica Station Wagon can be predicted to come in seven seater options.

Tata Motors has been the shining car makers at the recently held, Auto Expo 2012 Delhi. It showcased some hilarious prototypes of Tata Nano CNG, Tata Safari Storme and Tata Aria AT, which are going to join Tata Motors’ fleet by the end of this year.

 

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