JA Motorsport based out of Coimbatore has taken a Tata Nano and turned it into a jaw-dropping hot hatch with 230 bhp motor.
Last month, cab operators TaxiForSure and Ola announced plans of introducing Tata Nano as cabs. The former has recently launched its NanoCab fleet, in the first week of December 2014.
Launched in India in 2009, Tata Nano in its latest Twist variant avatar now enters Bangladesh three years later than planned, due to pricing issues. After receiving tepid response in India, Nano is launched as a low budget car in Bangladesh and expected to capture greater attention here.
Tata Motorsâ€™ Nano, the â€˜worldâ€™s cheapest carâ€™ is about to get a new title. The Nano is being revamped and launched as a â€˜smart city carâ€™ in a bid to shed it poor manâ€™s car image. Tata Group Chairman, Cyrus P Mistry, told shareholders at the 68th Annual General Meeting that the â€˜smart city carâ€™ would target young customers with power steering options, improved interiors and exteriors and better fuel efficiency.
Tata Nano Twist Active spied near Aravenu village in Nilgiris District sports new bumper and body colour. It was accompanied by a Tata Indica Vista with officials overseeing test procedures. Thanks to ardent RushLane reader Sathvik.
Tata Nano Twist Active was caught testing by avid RushLane reader Aravinthkumar while coming down from Ooty hill, near Kothagiri. Upcoming variant of Nano is known to be more functional, test mule suggests it will be sporty as well.
Tata Nano automatic variant sporting F-Tronic Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) similar to the kit seen in Maruti Celerio, is spotted testing with a measuring equipment mounted on rear (driving) wheels and supported on C-pillar.