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Old 12-27-2007, 08:10 PM
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Default 20?? Fiat Terra

Pick Up of Fiat media to be produced in Argentina from the mid-second half, based on the Indian TATA picapes
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Old 12-27-2007, 09:44 PM
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Interesting...

Wasn't Fiat interested in J/Lr? So if Fiat and Tata are joining forces for this pick up then Fiat may have a way in to J/Lr through Tata?

As I said, interesting.....

Anyway, that little ponderation was completely off topic.
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Old 12-27-2007, 10:17 PM
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Oh that looks really good actually.

So strange, it just come out of nowhere like that ? no protos, no spyshots, the whole thing sitting on some sort of motor-show floor in production-ready form ? Cool.

Despite the good looks, i might add that it looks very un-Fiat.

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Old 12-28-2007, 11:50 AM
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No, this is a projection, based on information from people connected with FIAT. This projection is being run in several magazines here do Brasil.Os few prototypes hardly run out of manufactures, since it is just to adapt to the new style picapes TATA FIAT.
How do I know that many here in the forum are thinking that my information is false, here are some materials (in Portuguese) to prove the fact
http://www.seucarro.com/index.asp?In...&InCdEditoria=
http://www.sindlab.org/noticia02.asp?noticia=15300
http://www.abradif.com.br/noticias/c...ory=35&page=11
http://noticias.vrum.com.br/veiculos...essoes=4.shtml
http://forum.autohoje.com/archive/in...p/t-22124.html
I want to emphasize that I am unhappy with these insinuations, came to this forum with the objective to interact and share ideas, and this forum seemed to friends, but I see that there are those who are feeling like kings. I am deeply offended and annoyed with these insinuations that I am lying

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Old 12-28-2007, 11:53 AM
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i think it is a photoshop. there is a tata logo on wheels. also front grille dosent look like real.

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Old 12-28-2007, 02:18 PM
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Yes, that's a Tata chop. Fiat is working on a midsize pick-up, but it will be more than a simple Tata rebadge.
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Old 01-02-2008, 12:32 PM
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The Fiat is developing this picape, to be just an adaptation of picapes TATA the style FIAT, and the projection shows. If cn observe the line FIAT ADVENTURE Brazilian (www.fiat.com.br) cn notes that the style consistent with the brand offers. It should be the picape TATA, with a new front and rear and finish higher, since in Brazil these picapes are sold as a top-line model
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Old 01-05-2008, 08:18 PM
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Default Tata TL

The Fiat pickup is based on the Tata TL which was launched in 2006. Tata has been building pickups since the late 80s, and the TL is a new version of something we know as the Tatamobile in India. Tata's is one of Indias biggest company, has a range of small cars, a sedan and a wagon all based on the same platform, and then has the Safari, the Sumo and now the TL sprint pick up which you see here. Fiat recently tied up with Tata to partner in the development of a small car which Tata is launching at the New Delhi Motor show in a few weeks which is touted to be the cheapest car in the world. Hope you can access this link to a you tube page, it shows the Tata TL pickup in Italy, sorry, cant help about the translation, but you can see what the pickup looks like when its moving, looks pretty cool. By the way, if the lionk dosent work then try searching in you tube using - motor news no38 - nouvi modelli tata. stay cool guys.



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The Fiat pickup is based on the Tata TL which was launched in 2006. Tata has been building pickups since the late 80s, and the TL is a new version of something we know as the Tatamobile in India. Tata's is one of Indias biggest company, has a range of small cars, a sedan and a wagon all based on the same platform, and then has the Safari, the Sumo and now the TL sprint pick up which you see here. Fiat recently tied up with Tata to partner in the development of a small car which Tata is launching at the New Delhi Motor show in a few weeks which is touted to be the cheapest car in the world. Hope you can access this link to a you tube page, it shows the Tata TL pickup in Italy, sorry, cant help about the translation, but you can see what the pickup looks like when its moving, looks pretty cool. By the way, if the lionk dosent work then try searching in you tube using - motor news no38 - nouvi modelli tata. stay cool guys.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJuWK...eature=related
Yeah, it does look good,
Looks the business.
I just wish the front end wold look a little tougher.
They should consider re-naming the company though, while they're still in the process of going global.
I dunno, Tata just doesnt sophisticated and appropriate for a car company.
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