JA Motorsport has turned the Tata Nano into a crazy 230 bhp machine that can do 190 km/h.

The Tata Nano was developed to be the cheapest car in the world but that hasn't stopped JA Motorsport from transforming it into a potent little machine by dropping the 38 bhp two-cylinder engine in favor of a larger four-cylinder 1.4-liter motor. It generates approximately 230 bhp (171.5 kW) and enables the "Super Nano" to reach a maximum speed of 190 km/h (116 mph), significantly more than the stock car which tops out at 105 km/h (65 mph).

It has retained the rear-wheel drive layout while basically everything else has been changed as it has a full body kit, smoked headlights & taillights, AP Racing breaks, bolt-on roll cage and MRF ZLO racing slicks. Inside the cabin there's a pair of Recaro seats, race-spec steering wheel with paddle shifters, carbon inserts on the dashboard while the rear bench was eliminated to shave off weight.

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Gallery: JA Motorsport unveils Tata Super Nano with 230 bhp

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