Despite not so happening sales at the bay, Tata Motors is reported of brewing more trim of Nano for the Indian market. This upcoming bee will attract low-cost buyers of Nano Twist and will sit lower than the Nano CX. After this new launch during the month, Nano LX will be discontinued and Twist XT will be retained. Hence, due to this move, it replicates that all trims of Nano Twist will possess the power-steering – the base trim XE and the top-end Twist XT.
For the sake of power steering buyers will have to miss out other bells and whistles. To name some of them, bumpers will be painted black, no wheel caps to be provided and many more. Along with the cherishing new power steering, it will also deliver that new instrument cluster shows trip meter, fuel-economy, distance to empty and digital clock. The remaining features are bound to be carried over from current Nano CX trim.