Technical specifications. The Nano (2012) was a 38 PS (28 kW; 37 hp) car with a two-cylinder 624 cc engine mounted in the rear of the car. The car complied with Bharat Stage 4 Indian Emissions Standards, which are roughly equivalent to Euro 4.What is the 0-60 time of Tata Harrier?
Also Watch: 2019 Harrier Based On Land Rover Discovery Is The First Tata You Might Actually Want To Buy Unsurprisingly, given the pathetic engine output, the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) sprint takes about 30 seconds, and top speed is a laughable 65 mph (105 km/h).When did the Tata Nano get a new name?
In May 2015, to revive the model's sales, Tata Motors introduced a series of enhancements both inside and outside the car. The name was changed to GenX Nano to underline the changes, the range was offered in 21 different versions, among them a 5-speed automated manual transmission.Is the Tata Nano the world's cheapest car?
Back in 2008, Tata thought it would change the global automotive landscape with the Nano, the world’s cheapest car, which used to cost Indians the equivalent of $2,000 to $3,000, depending on options. Mind you, they weren’t that many to choose from – just power windows, a passenger side mirror and… not much else.