Featuring an attractive design, the Pixel is a four-seat concept which could preview a small Toyota iQ competitor.

Tata has introduced the new Pixel concept at the Geneva Motor Show.

Based on the Nano, the Pixel features an attractive design with a panoramic windscreen, scissor doors, and futuristic headlights.

Despite the car's compact dimensions, Tata says the cabin can comfortably seat four adults. Furthermore, the interior is relatively minimalistic but has high quality materials and a tablet-based infotainment system.

Power is provided by a rear-mounted 1.2-liter three-cylinder turbodiesel engine which is equipped with start / stop technology. Performance specifications weren't released, but Tata says the Pixel has a combined fuel economy rating of 3.4 L/100km (69.1 mpg US) and CO2 emissions of 89 g/km.

Lastly, for maximum maneuverability, the concept is equipped with a "Zero Turn toroidal traction-drive" system which gives the Pixel an impressive turning radius of just 2.6 meters (8.5 feet).

Gallery: Tata Pixel Concept revealed in Geneva