In the automotive world there have been a number of names, unfortunate for the car that has made that some models have had to change their name. The last car to join this list has been the Tata Zica, a new utility of the brand india. The reasons are more than obvious. With the virus Zika starring in a major epidemic, it seemed not the name most fitting for this car that has been presented in the Lounge of New Delhi.
Tata has decided that it will change the name of the Tata Zica, an acronym derived from Zippy Car (car energetic), although in the Hall of New Delhi still appear with this name. It has not yet been decided which will be the new name for the utility, but will not be the brand to decide as it has created a online contest to rename the Tata Zica called #FantasticoNameHunt. The deadline to suggest names will be open until the morning.
You will be able to suggest names via Facebook (www.facebook.com/tatamotorsmadeofgreat), Twitter (www.twitter.com/madeofgreat), SMS and WhatsApp, and among all the names received will be made subsequently to a vote. The proposer of the winning name will be presented with a unit that by now is the Tata Zica if you live in India, although the competition is international because in case of living outside of the country and hit, the brand will compensate with the economic value of the car.
The Tata Zica is a utility of 3,75 meters of length. It weighs just over 1000 pounds and may opt for an engine 1.2 three-cylinder petrol, 85 HP of power and 114 Nm of peak torque with manual gearbox or five-speed by a motor diesel three-cylinder 1.05-litre engine that delivers 70 HP and 140 Nm pair and is also associated with a manual gearbox five relationships.
Source – Tata