Tata Indigo Manza Diesel Hybrid
The Tata Indigo Manza Hybrid Concept is powered by a Hybrid 1.05Litre DiCOR engine and electric motors. This car gives less than 90gms/km CO2 emission in city traffic conditions and comes with tech like high speed cranking, regenerative braking, auto start/stop, series hybrid mode and limited range pure electric operation.
The Indigo Manza Hybrid Concept also has a completely redesigned front and rear and we think it looks great. The bi-xenon and LED headlamp cluster along with the LED tail lights gives it presence.
The car also features 17″ wheels with 205/45 R17 tyres and has regenerative braking, the Indigo Manza Hybrid Concept also recharges its high-capacity Lithium Ion battery pack with the roof mounted solar panel. The car comes equipped with ABS and Airbags as standard.
The interiors now have a new centre console and 6-way powered leather front seats. The car is equipped with an electric parking brake, auto transmission, electric-assist power steering and a next-generation Infotainment system with 7-inch touch screen. This is a great concept which we hope will get the green light.
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