The D90 Xtreme is based on the Tata Vista D90. The suspension has been raised by 25mm and 16 inch alloys add to the butch presence of a compact SUV. Of note is the fact that the spare wheel is not mounted on the tail gate but instead on an extension that is mounted to the chassis at the rear bumper. This, Tata says will help reduce rattle at the rear and also to keep the weight of the rear door minimal enough to open with ease.
Autocar India also reports that the 1.3 litre turbocharged Quadrajet engine has been tuned by Tata with help from Abarth to make 104 bhp courtesy of a modified exhaust, a remapped ECU and an optimised turbocharger.
Prices are expected to be Rs. 80,000 more than that of an equivalent Vista D90.