Tata has taken the wraps off the new and updated Nano GenX range that comes with several improvements

Tata has taken the wraps off the new and updated Nano GenX range that comes with several improvements.

Starting with the design, the Indian vehicle gets a redesigned front grille, an integrated tailgate spoiler and smoked headlights, as well as a new steering wheel for the interior. The Nano will be offered in a total of five trim levels – XE, XM and XT with manual gearbox and XMA and XTA with an automated manual transmission.

In fact, the Easy Shift AMT automated gearbox along with the electric power assisted steering (ePAS) are the biggest improvements for the model. It also comes with a bigger 24-liter fuel tank and new connectivity features such as Bluetooth, USB and AUX.

Power is still provided by a 0.6-liter 2-cylinder petrol engine that has 38 PS (28 kW) at 5,500 rpm and 51 Nm (38 lb-ft) of torque. When equipped with the manual, the car returns 4.2 l/100 km, while the automatic version burns 4.0 l/100 km.

Sales of the upgraded Nano GenX start today with the base XE model available from 199,000 rupees (around 3,125 USD).

Further information can be found at the press release section below.

Upgraded Tata Nano GenX revealed with automated manual and power steering