Tata GenX Nano featuring sunroof and body decals showcased – Report

Posted on: May 20, 2015 - 7:12pm IST

Could hint at future accessories offered by Tata Motors.

At the launch of the Tata GenX Nano in Mumbai, Tata Motors showcased a unique model that featured exclusive bells and whistles, which weren’t available usually. Although Tata didn’t confirm it as a future top-spec model, it hints at optional extras and accessories that Tata could offer for the Nano.

2015 Tata GenX Nano front three quarter with sporty accessories and sunroof
The accessorized Tata GenX Nano featured a sunroof, body decals, lower splitter, side skirts and black alloy wheels.

Features such as sunroof, body decals, lower splitter, side skirts, black alloy wheels with red accents as well as a sportier interior with more color combinations can be seen in the accessorized Nano. Offering these on the top-end variant may defeat the motive of competitively pricing the Nano.

The Tata GenX Nano continues to be powered by the 624 cc twin-cylinder engine capable of 38.19 PS and 51 Nm of torque. It is matched to a choice between a 4-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed automated manual transmission. The GenX Nano MT returns 23.6 km/l whereas the AMT is good for 21.9 km/l (ARAI test results), making it one of the most fuel efficient petrol cars in India.

2015 Tata GenX Nano rear three quarter with sporty accessories and sunroof
The Tata GenX Nano continues to be powered by the 624 cc twin-cylinder engine capable of 38.19 PS and 51 Nm of torque.

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The micro hatchback is priced from INR 1.99 lakhs, ex-Showroom, Delhi for the basic GenX Nano XE MT until INR 2.89 Lakhs (ex-Showroom, Delhi) for the top-range AMT equipped variant.

Tata GenX Nano with Exclusive Accessories – Image Gallery

Tata GenX Nano Easy Shift (AMT) – Image Gallery

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7 thoughts on “Tata GenX Nano featuring sunroof and body decals showcased – Report

  1. Ambuja Sen Sharma says:

    TATA Nano Gen X– Upgraded in all manner: great cooling, audio features, key less entry, dashing look etc. etc. etc. grand achievement but lacks required promotion.

  2. Ram Saran Singh says:

    I have made a test drive of Nano Gen X XTA and found it as an excellent Car for Indian market. With 3.00 to 3.50 Lakh range, it gives all facilities of > 5.00 Lakh cars. Very interesting.

  3. A.K. Roy says:

    I fail to understand why such type of negative attitude about Nano model. I have experienced it as most faithful and loyal car with best after sales service and I never any negative aspect about Nano LX Model for the last three years. Surprisingly without any demerit, it has been tagged with negative aspects. Now the Gen X model is an excellent model with advanced technology. But Tata motor itself failed to promote it in desired manner via print and electronic media. They should do it.

  4. Bored Commenter says:

    I love that the nano has a sports mode! Probably will give you a psycological trill that you are able to overtake the autorickshaw in sports mode 🙂

  5. Govind A Nair says:

    Superb ????Engineering marvel by TATA 🙂 happy to c improved versions being rolled out 🙂

  6. Joy says:

    Tata’s engineering has to go up significantly if they are to challenge Suzuki and Hyundai. Look at the weight of this baby car, too many for the size. Ideally Nano should not weigh above 550 kg and the engine should produce not less than 45 horses. But the engineering levels of Tata cannot achieve this. Suzuki would have achieved atleast 30-32 kmpl with this car on petrol and maybe 40-45 kmpl with diesel (may sound too much but Suzuki would have given a go at it).

    1. Dr. Nayak says:

      Tata can do it better than Suzuki if they want to. Suzuki is a third class manufacturer with no new technology and little knowledge in terms of CAD and modern vehicle development. Tata is very good at this but lacks directions from the higher up who live in ivory towers of London. New engine in 600 cc category that can give 40 KPL is not impossible, but will cost more in manufacturing. The key to this is turbo charging, GDI, multivalve train with low friction internal parts, but it will cost twice as much as the current version. If you are pricing the car at 1.99L (US$ 3200) at retail, you can’t have all of this and make few Paisas to recover the cost of development, which by Indian stander could run into 100 crores (US $16 millions). You do the math and ask any car company in the world, can they make few Yens by selling any car at this price? Good luck on your search!!


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