Tata may have launched newer versions of the Sumo and the Indica in the form of the Grande and Vista, but that does not seem to have stopped Tata from continuing with the old platforms.  The Sumo which has just an updated grille in its Victa guise will now feature a 3.0 litre common rail engine presumably the one used in the Safari before the 2.2 litre Dicor was introduced. It is likely to be rebadged as the Sumo Gold.  Similarly, Indian Autos Blog has put a picture of an extended Indica very similar to the extended Indigo.  The picture shows the old generation Indica with its rear completely camouflaged, indicating that it could be a longer wheel base hatch.  But what is the point in extending the size of a hatchback?  People mover market perhaps?

Picture courtesy: Indian Autos Blog