Tata launched the 2013 model vary of the Indica eV2, IndigoeCS, Nano and Tata sport below their new client targeted strategy Horizonext. At identical event the corporate additionally undraped the e-max CNG variants of the Indica, Indigo and Nano — confirming that the new versions are going to be launched over successive few months.

Tata can 1st launch the Indigo CNG facelift in August. The CNG variant of the sub-four meter sedan can incorporate all the options of the facelifted model. The CNG Indigo eCS CNG relies on the gasolene model and is battery-powered by identical one.2-litre four-cylinder engine delivering 65bhp and 100Nm of force. Running on CNG identical engine produces 56bhp and 90Nm of force.

The cosmetic changes to the automotive embrace blacked-out headlamps, fresh front bumper, new grille and further bits of chrome to each front and rear. the extra options on the recreate embrace electronically adjustable ORVMs and twin tone interiors. Tata has considerably improved the standard of the gear shifts, that has continuously been a grievance issue for the Indica and Indigo twins. Like most diesel cars, the Indigo eCS CNG occupies majority of the boot house — there’s near to enough space for 2 travel baggage.

We expect Tata to supply CNG possibility on each GLX and GVX trims. the costs of the CNG versions are going to be around Rs fifty,000 above that of the quality variant.