After about 10 days of its official launch in Mumbai, Tata Motors have begun the deliveries of their Nano facelift in hometown Pune. In a special ceremony organised by Tata Motors, the first 35 owners of new Nano GenX were handed over the key to their new car.
Of the 35 units delivered today, 18 were AMT top end variants, while the remaining 17 were manual variants. Though this is too small a figure to suggest which variant of Nano GenX will be preferred by customers in the long run, it does seem that Tata was not wrong in getting the AMT to Nano.
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Powered by the same 624 cc twin cylinder petrol engine (the smallest petrol engine in the world to power a production car), the Nano GenX is a completely new car, claims Tata Motors. Featuring increased fuel tank capacity of 24 litres (from 15L earlier), an openable hatch with 110 litres space for MT variant and 94 litres space for AMT variant, improved NVH levels, improved safety with added materials in the body structure, added gadgets, new steering wheel, new music system with four speakers, new colour and customisation options.