Tata Super Ace facelift & Marcopolo Magna Bus spotted

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A vehicle testing fleet from Tata Motors has recently been spotted doing rounds around Pune. The fleet includes the upcoming facelift of the Tata Super Ace light commercial vehicle (LCV), and a Marcopolo Magna bus.

Tata Motors currently sells the Super Ace Mint in India, which competes in the 1-tonne payload capacity segment. Powering the Super Ace Mint is a 1.4-litre, DICOR (Direct Injection Common Rail) BSIV diesel engine that is rated at 69 BHP and 140 Nm of torque. With the upcoming facelift, Tata appears to be adding some cosmetic updates to the Super Ace, along with a new interior.

The other vehicle spotted in the fleet is the Marcopolo Magna bus. Tata Motors will likely be launching it in India in the near future. It is expected to be manufactured at the company's production plant in Dharwad, Karnataka. The Magna is a two-axle AC bus with a seating capacity of 30-50 passengers.

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