The Tata Motors could reveal the facelift adaptation of Xenon pickup right on time one year from now. In front of its dispatch, the 2017 Xenon has been spied trying with no cover, giving us a reasonable perspective of the upcoming business vehicle.
The headlamps and front grille come with little modification.
There is a chrome bar on the bonnet line, which does little to enhance this vehicle's style. In addition to that, the front bumper has become more muscular with a black matte finished mesh at the central air dam, while the fog lamp enclosures come little different looking. Otherwise, the front fascia of the car comes similar to the outgoing model.
At the side profile also, no significant change is visible. It could get new design wheel rims, while the rear fascia features refreshed taillights.
On powertrain front, upcoming Tata Xenon facelift will draw power from a 2.2-litre VARICOR 400 diesel engine.
This engine also generates power under the hood of Tata Safari Storme and upcoming Tata Hexa as well.
It churns out 156 PS of peak power and 400 Nm of peak torque.
The upcoming facelift version could get a 4WD, while for transmission duty it could get a new 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic gearbox as well.
The new Xenon could be priced at around Rs. 7.5 lakh.