- 624cc petrol engine
- 20km per litre mileage, upto 26km per litre on highway
- 30 liter petrol tank
- 4 door, 5-seater
- Rear engine, front boot
- 4 speed manual gear box
- On road price expected to be around Rs. 1 lakh 25 thousand
- front disc brakes and drums in the rear
- Euro 4 compliant
- Top speed 90kmph
21% more space than Maruti 800!
Standard model would cost roughly Rs. 1,25,000 onroad
Looks: Contemporary looks and almost in sync with that of Zen Estilo and Fiat 500. Its length is 3.1 metres, height is 1.6 metres and width is of 1.5 metres.
Engine: The heart of the car is a rear-mounted two cylinder 623 cc, 33 horsepower, all aluminium, multi-point fuel injection petrol engine which can power the car to top speeds of 105 kilometres per hour (65 miles per hour). Fuel Efficiency: The Nano can do a 20 kilometres per litre, or 50 miles per gallon.
Safety: Mr Ratan Tata said the Nano has an all sheet-metal body, with safety features such as crumple zones, intrusion-resistant doors, seat-belts, strong seats and anchorages, and the rear tailgate glass bonded to the body. Tyres are tubeless.
Pollution Compliance: The Peoples Cars tailpipe emission performance exceeds regulatory requirements. In terms of overall pollutants, it has a lower pollution level than two-wheelers being manufactured in the country today. The high fuel efficiency also ensures that the car has low carbon dioxide emissions, thereby providing the twin benefits of an affordable transportation solution with a low carbon footprint. It is Euro III and the engine has the capability of matching Euro IV norms.
Production Target: 250,000 units at present and with plan to scale it to 3,50,000 units.
Price: Standard model price Rs 1,00,000 (2,500 dollars) plus VAT and transport costs, which will put the on-road price at about Rs 1,20,000. The price of two deluxe models that will include air-conditioning and other features will be announced later.