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Tata Bolt rally car and accessorized Safari Storme showcased at Big Boys Toys Expo

Tata Bolt Rally car

The kitted up Nano GenX is also on display.

The Tata Bolt rally car, accessorized Safari Storme and Nano GenX with sporty body kits are being showcased at the ongoing three-day Big Boys Toys Expo 2015 in Mumbai. The products are mere showcases to draw attention to the brand’s range of accessories.

The Bolt rally car dons what Tata Motors calls as rally livery. Apart from the uninteresting white stickers on the hood and doors, the hatchback receives white alloy wheels and rally tyres. There is nothing to distinguish the Bolt Rally from the regular variant on the outside, not even body kits or bigger spoilers.

Tata Safari Storme at Big Boys Toys Expo 2015

Tata Safari Storme show car featurs numerous accessories including an awning.

The show car features 5-point seat belt on the inside. No further details have been furnished and the car appears to be mechanically intact.

The kitted up Nano GenX which was first showcased on the launch day features bumper extensions, side skirts, eccentric racing stripe and matching decals, dual-tone alloy wheels and many more.

Tata GenX Nano body kit

The GenX Nano too offers a variety of personalization options.

The Safari Storme in question is fitted with numerous accessories like bug deflector, hood scoop, chorme bar upfront, roof-mounted fog lights, daytime running lights, tailgate-mounted cycle carrier, car awning (tent), laser shades, door visor, chrome garnish, chiller cum warmer, seat organizer, coat hanger, rubber mats, seat covers, alloy wheels, mud terrain tyres and Garmin navigation system.

Tata Nano GenX With Body Kits


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