We had reported earlier that Tata is working on the top-spec Vista Tech, and the carmaker has just launched this very variant, which will sit at the top of the Vista line-up.
The new Vista Tech comes equipped with all the goodies of the D90. And, like the D90, the new Vista’s interior has its instrument console behind the steering wheel instead of being centrally mounted. The Vista Tech VX also comes with a centrally-mounted 6.5-inch touchscreen multimedia system with audio, video with DVD, USB and Bluetooth compatibility, and can simultaneously connect five mobile devices, including an aux connection and a navigation system. The Vista Tech also comes with back-lit steering-mounted controls.