First pics: European Nano
Tata has revealed a ecu form of its Nano city vehicle in the Geneva motor show. The vehicle, to become known as the Tata Nano Europa, is due Europe this year both in left-hands drive and right-hands drive, having a target cost of €5000 (￡4500).
The Tata Nano Europa continues to be considerably modified because of its summary of the ecu market.
See more images of the ecu Tata Nano
Externally, the Tata Nano Europa will get bigger bumpers front and back to conform with European crash rules, plus Brought foglamps and noticeably wiser trim (including colour-coded door handles and chrome-effect strips), although there’s still no direct accessibility car’s boot. Luggage needs to be loaded through the rear doorways.
Inside there’s leather trim, and-gloss plastic around the dash.
The Tata Nano Europa will get wider tracks front and back, and ditches the Indian-market two-cylinder motor towards a Euro5-compliant three-cylinder engine, likely to produce just 98g/km of CO2 and return 67mpg.
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