Thursday, January 1, 2009

TATA Cliffrider

Hi Guys, Happy to meet you all with an interesting article about the latest cars available in the market. In this series here comes TATA Cliffrider. The exterior styling is based on the visual theme of the Tata Crossover. The door trims show a continuity of form due to the disguised central pillar, with the front door hinged at its leading edge and the rear door at its trailing edge. Back seat passengers gain access via ever-popular suicide doors. The interior boasts of an innovative ventilation system and driver-oriented instrumentation stylishly packaged in the steering column. Long beam lights mounted on the roll bar and a load-body suited to carry mountain bikes, skis or snowboards reinforce the “fun and adventure” image. It can also carry goods in the load tray which can be hidden from view as well as protected from weather conditions by a sliding cover. A longish wheelbase reveals the Cliffrider to be a four-door SUV with a pickup bed in the back, complete with large roll hoops and a high box height. Front doors are conventionally hinged. Configured to be fitted with a range of Euro IV engines, including a V6 Petrol and next generation Common Rail diesel power trains, it would offer multiple airbags, ABS, Traction Control, and Navigation Control. The Tata Cliffrider would be available in 4x2 as well as 4x4 versions.


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