turns out that most stone that encountered the Tata Nano was what initially was thought to be its greatest virtue. Its low price, namely that does car cheapest in the world is what has made that does not have the expected success, not even close. Nobody wants to be seen driving is known as the cheapest car. Tata has said that the next Nano will not be so cheap.
For this reason Tata launches the restyling of its smallest car, called Tata Nano GenX . This version is easily recognizable due to restyling receiving its front, which adopts a more attractive design bumpers with integrated fog lights, new headlights with black background and a redesigned hood bottom. The rear bumper is also redesigned, with a design in line with the front. It also boasts a new tailgate with handle, lock and trim at the bottom.
This most serious car appearance is complemented by a cabin where we find a new steering wheel and more equipment . Radio, central locking, electric windows or power steering fullest part of the Tata Nano finish GenX.
also debuts a larger fuel tank capacity (24 liters) and most importantly, an box robotized manual transmission five-speed to high finishes, with sequential operation from the lever, sport and auto-advance mode when you release the brake, to facilitate parking maneuvers. The manual versions have four speeds and reverse.
There are also important security enhancements not seen as a more rigid chassis scheduled areas and internal reinforcing bars in the doors deformation which greatly improve safety levels Tata Nano. The are also added stabilizer bar on the front axle , which improves the dynamic performance and safety.
The engine is still the same 0.6-liter twin delivering 38 horses power 51nm 5,500 revolutions and torque at 4,000 rpm. Its fuel consumption is 4.2 liters per 100 kilometers. The starting price for the simplest version is 2,800 euros .
Source – Tata
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