Tata Nano F-Tronic is back in the news again. This time with a couple of interior spyshots courtesy Indiacarnews.com flaunting the refreshed interiors which Tata showcased at the Auto Expo in February.
The car sports a newer steering wheel which seems to be much classier than the basic looks of the present crop of Nanos. Steering mounted controls would have been great right? Yes I know I am expecting way too much from the humble Nano. The seats also appear to be better in quality and possibly more comfortable than the existing ones.
Nano has come a long way from the cheap plastic type seats it had in its first generation. The neatly arranged bright dash with brown hues also manages to look good.
The Nano F-Tronic, when launched around October this year, will also hold the title of India’s cheapest automatic car. The Automated Manual Transmission (AMT) has been developed by Magneti Marelli, the same company which produces the AMT for the Maruti Suzuki Celerio.
The Nano F-Tronic is also supposed to get refreshed looks with smiling front and rear. Nano F-tronic will also come with an openable tail gate and host of other betterments.
Apart from the F-Tronic, Tata is planning to expand the Nano range even further, with a bigger engined Nano along with a turbocharged variant. There are also rumors of a diesel powered Nano, spy shots of which keep resurfacing from time to time.