Tata Nano Studio Edition unveiled in Nepal
Dhruv Saxena, Mechanical engineer trying to find his place in the world of automobile journalism.
Tata Motors has unveiled a special edition of the Nano, called the 'Studio edition' in Nepal to mark its participation in the NADA Auto show, that is being held at Kathmandu.
The car is showcased with a backdrop of a graffiti which has a powerful combination of red and black colours.
The graffiti symbolizes youth, energy, aggression and passion, according to Tata Motors.
The car itself is painted in a vibrant red colour with blacked out roof and was unveiled by Mr. Gurinder Singh, Country manager of Nepal, Tata Motors.
Tata Motors say that the Nano Studio edition is designed to celebrate life, creativity, freedom and the spread of culture. It sports headlights with black tint and a full body kit.
The Nano Studio continues the black and red theme in the interior. The seats are sporty with red and black seat covers and the integrated head restraints have a void to provide better support to the head. The Studio edition also sports alloy wheels but the donor model may not be of the 2012 MY, as the special edition features a single side mirror and the seats have integrated headrests, that don't feature any more.
Apart from the special edition, Tata Motors also showcased the regular Nano and the new Indica V2 which is the most affordable diesel car in Nepal.
The Tata Aria, the company's first crossover and the Indigo Manza sedan are also on display.
[Source - Facebook.com/nanonepal]