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Tata GenX Nano
aka Nano GenX

Tata Nano GenX

Production 2015-Present
Class City car
Body Style 5-door hatchback
Length 3,164 mm (124.57 in)
Width 1,750 mm (68.9 in)
Height 1,652 mm (65.04 in)
Wheelbase 2,230 mm (87.8 in)
Weight 695 kg
Transmission 4 & 5 gear Manual
Engine 624 cm3 (38.08 cu in)

Inline twin cylinder, MPFI, (Petrol)

Power 51 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
Similar Suzuki Alto
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Tata GenX Nano (a.k.a. Nano GenX and Nano GenX AMT) is a city car manufactured by Tata Motors. GenX Nano is developed from Tata Nano with an automated manual transmission and a fifth door (open-able hatch). GenX Nano comes in 4 & 5 gear manual transmission and the 5 gear transmission system in GenX (AMT version) is the same as in Tata Zest diesel AMT.

History Edit

Tata launched Tata Nano in 2008 as the most affordable production carin the world, Tata aimed for a price of one lakh rupees ( ₹100,000) which was approximately $2,500 US at the time. A 2008 study, by Indian rating agency CRISIL projected that Nano would expand the Indian car market by 65%. However, sales for Tata Nano failed to take off and in 2015, GenX Nano was launched with the aim to revive the Nano brand and position it as a more up-market product.

Variants Edit

GenX Nano comes in five variants, XE, XM, XMA, XT and XTA. Overall dimensions, engine, transmission, suspension, steering and brakes are the same in all variants. The key differences are in the car features.

Specifications Edit

GenX Nano XE (base variant)

  • Seating capacity: 5 (including driver)
  • Displacement: 624 cm3
  • Max Engine power: 37 Bhp
  • Max Torque: 51 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
  • Wheel base: 2,230 mm
  • Length: 3,164 mm
  • Width: 1,750 mm
  • Height: 1,652 mm
  • Curb weight: 695 kg
  • Engine: 2 cylinder, MPFI, Gasoline
  • Fuel: Petrol
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Tata Group

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Current Models: Estate · Gurkha · Indica · Indigo/Indigo Marina · Safari · Sierra · Spacio · Sumo · Palio · Air Car · Nano · Magic Iris · Aria

Commercial Models: Ace · Tata TL/Telcoline/207 DI · 407 · 709 E · 1109 · 1510/1512 · 1610/1616 · 1613/1615 · 2515/2516 · 3015 · 3516 · Novus

Concept Cars: Aria Roadster · Aria Coupe · Indiva · Indigo Advent · Xover · Cliffrider · Elegante Hybrid · Prima Concept · Indica Vista Concept Sport S · Nano EV Concept

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