Tata harnessing the market by providing world’s first, or India’s first, cars. The fact, they are actually working better for it in the present scenario. Down the line, after attempts of cheapest diesel automatic car in India – the Zest, and the world’s cheapest car – Nano, now it revealed the world’s cheapest automatic car – Nano GenX AMT.
Revealed the first image and the list of features, it will come as the most packed car of the bay.
Firstly, talking about its cosmetic details, the front bumper is changed, headlamps are slightly smoked, the bonnet is all new, and the bumper received honey mesh grille in the frame of a wide grinning smile.
Then, at the rear, bumper and windscreen are revamped, where the tail gate becomes openable and received spoiler on the top.
Now, about the features, the first thing that came to our mind from Nano GenX is the fuel-tank measuring 24-litres, which is quite bigger than the previous one. Second is the AMT gearbox, which will allow various modes to drive in. Sports mode is a one to name as of now, and for those who wished to thrill themselves with the ‘manual’ too can have their piece of cake. The confidence of driving is also not overlooked. Intrusion beams, robust side doors, anti-roll bar are named
The openable boot, as mentioned, is only for the manual buyers, which will offer them 110 litres of space.
Tata Motors will provide the Nano GenX in the following shades: Damson Purple, Royal Gold, Sangriya Red, Dazzle Blue, Meteor Silver, Pearl White and Persian Rose.
For those, who are scratching their heads for knowing the fuel-economy on the Nano AMT, here is answer: 21.9 kmpl.