New Delhi, Mar 15: Tata Motors today launched two new models 'the Magic and the Winger' priced at Rs 2.68 lakh and Rs 5.91 lakhs (ex-showroomDelhi) respectively. Magic, developed on the platform of the Ace, brings to urban and rural areas a four-wheeler public transportation mode. The Winger range, which the company has dubbed as the country's only 'maxi-van', offers a blend of the comfort of a car with the spaciousness of a bus for intra-city and long-distance transportation needs. The Magic has an ergonomically designed all-steel cabin, with a flexible seating capacity of four to seven passengers.
Powered by a 16-hp 700-cc water-cooled diesel engine, the 12-inch tyres provide high ground clearance, and the rigid front axle can weather tough road conditions. Magic meets BS-III emission norms and has been developed for use in the urban, semi-urban or rural areas. The Winger seats 9 to 13 passengers, with generous saloon space, spacious head and legroom and wide luggage space. Passenger comfort has been further enhanced with all front-facing seats.
The monologue design minimises NVH and is powered by a 2-litre, turbo-charged diesel engine. Winger's versatility allows it to be deployed for both long-distance transportation across different terrains in all weathers and also intra-city needs and adaptation for staff vehicles, hotel and airport transfers, tourist usage, ambulance, and school van among others.
Winger has 11 variants, in three levels of comfort standard, deluxe and luxury meeting BS-III emission norms.