Tata Magic Iris
|Tata Magic Iris|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||3-door microvan|
|Engine||0.6 L diesel Single|
|Transmission||4-speed TA59 manual transaxle |
|Wheelbase||1,650 mm (65.0 in) |
|Length||2,960 mm (116.5 in) |
|Width||1,512 mm (59.5 in) |
|Height||1,800 mm (70.9 in) (unladen) |
|Curb weight||685–1,110 kg (1,510–2,447 lb) |
The Tata Magic Iris is a 3-door, 4- or 5-seater microvan/minivan manufactured by Tata Motors. Powered by a 600cc one-cylinder diesel engine, it is intended to compete with auto-rickshaws.
With its engine delivering 11 hp (8 kW) and 31 Nm of torque, the vehicle has a top speed of just 34 mph (55 km/h).
The Magic Iris is made using an all steel body and frame – reinforced by reverse hat section chassis rails and beams, welded under its floor.
The vehicle features all-around independent suspension with coil springs – MacPherson struts in the front, and semi-trailing arms in the rear.
With a vehicle length 1cm shorter than the 1957 Fiat 500, the Magic Iris is one of the shortest four-seat cars ever produced — however its limited top speed would prohibit actually registering it as a car in many countries.
- Tata IRIS Technical Specifications — 4 Wheeler Auto - Public Passenger Vehicle
- "Tata Magic Iris to replace bikes". AutoCar. 5 January 2010. Retrieved 5 January 2010.
- Tata IRIS Car - Technological Features — Magic IRIS Technical Specifications
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