According to reports, cars are ready for display and test drives. The Vista Tech is expected to have some minor changes on the exteriors which include small graphics below the front windows with Tech written on it.

The new model is apparently a replacement of Vista D90 which called off due to poor sale.

The new Vista Tech runs on an engine which produces maximum 75 PS power and 190 Nm maximum torque which is little less than 90 PS maximum power and 200 Nm torque.

Vista Tech gets the dashboard from the Manza, wherein the instrument cluster is placed in front of the driver rather than being mounted centrally. Several equipments from the Vista D90 will also make it to the Vista Tech which includes a 6.7-inch touch-screen audio system with GPS, USB, AUX, MP3 and Bluetooth compatibility.

Not much detail is available about the interiors. The top model may be priced at around Rs 6.70 lakhs.