Tata Motors has showcased a special edition of the Nano at the 2012 Autocar Performance Show that was inaugurated today afternoon.
Tata Motors has not commented on the production prospect of the 'Tata Nano Individualized Concept' , so for now assume that this is purely for show.
Through studying these special editions, future add-ons and developments to regular Nano variants come to light.
Tata Motors has not shied away from showcasing its ideas through concept cars over the past two years at exhibitions and trade fairs in India and overseas. 'For Him' and 'For Her' were the first of such concepts shown at the 2010 Delhi Auto Expo.
In this year's Delhi show, they presented the 'Tata Nano Concept' that sported upgrades such as disc brakes and the Tata Nano CNG concept, which is exactly what the name prompts.
Over the past three years at the Geneva Motor Show, Tata has exhibited the EV version of the Nano and a 'Nano Europa' bearing European quality and finish to its cabin.
The company has recently introduced a limited edition Nano in select cities with free upgrades such as door-mounted speakers and glove boxes that were not available on the 2012 Nano.
What's special about the Tata Nano Individualized Concept?
- Black roof
- Blackened louvres on the front fascia and engine intake area
- Special blackened alloy wheels
- Racy graphics along the wheelbase
- GPS unit mounted on the windscreen
- Race-inspired pedals
- Brushed alumnium finish on the inside door release
- Leather seat covers
- Door-mounted speakers
- Leather wrapped steering wheel
- Door-mounted front speakers
- Glove boxes
- Stickers on the fenders
We should soon get word from Tata Motors on what the significance of this concept is, so be with IndianAutosBlog.com for the rest of the story.