"The interiors of the car are completely new, with enhanced premiumness in look and feel — luxurious beige in the Nano LX, rich black in the Nano CX and medium graphite in the Standard version— Tata Motors said in a release from its headquarters here.
Additionally, the company is also expected to launch an anniversary-edition Nano along with a diesel version as well. However, the diesel Nano is not expected to be out in 2012.
The company has improved its latest vehicles’ handling; it has a revised suspension set-up, includes an anti-roll bar at the front and its steering mechanism has also been enhanced.
The price of the vehicle remains unchanged at Rs 1.4 lakh for the Standard variant, Rs 1.7 lakh for the CX variant and Rs 1.96 lakh for the LX variant.