The upcoming Tata Nano emax CNG variant was recently unveiled at the launch of the manufacturer’s Horizonext 2013 initiative. As a major part of the Horizonext 2013, the company will launch a slew of facelifts and new variants of its existing cars.
A part of the Horizonext, the Nano emax CNG will go on sale in September, along with the CNG variants of the Indigo eCS and Indica eV2.
The Nano emax CNG that you see on this page was recently spotted testing and we can see that the production spec Nano CNG seems to be almost identical to the CNG variant that was unveiled during the launch of the Horizonext.
Talking about the exteriors, the Nano CNG will get ‘CNG’ sticker to pronounce the difference from the petrol variant. Strangely enough, the car that has been spotted doesn’t sport an ‘emax’ logo.
On the inside, the car will get a revised instrument panel that will consist of a hint of green on the speedometer, highlighting the ‘green credentials’ of the Nano CNG. The interiors also get a button to switch between CNG and petrol modes.
The Nano emax CNG will come with a 32-liter CNG tank and has an ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 36km/kg. Tata claims that the car has a CO2 emission of just 75g/km, which makes the Nano CNG among the cleanest cars on Indian roads.
Tata Nano CNG will come with a 4-year/60,000km warranty.
Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming 2013 Tata Nano emax CNG.
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