After launching the Nano GenX last week, Tata Motors has begun the deliveries of the hatchback in Pune. Tata Motors today delivered 35 Nano GenX cars to the owners in Pune in presence of Mr. Girish Wagh, Sr. Vice President, Programme, Planning and Project Management, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors.
Out of the 35 GenX Nanos delivered today, 17 were Manual Transmission (MT) variants and 18 were the top-end variant, which comes with ‘Easy Shift’ Automated Manual Transmission.
As already known, the Tata Nano GenX is also available with an ‘Easy Shift’ Automated Manual Transmission which offers the ease of maneuverability in heavy traffic and during parking. The ‘Easy Shift’ Automated Manual Transmission comes with an in-built creep feature, which helps the car to crawl as soon as the pressure is eased off the brake pedal, without pressing the accelerator. The car also provides its customers with a ‘Shift Assist’ manual mode for convenience of changing gear as per the driver’s requirement, with the vehicle automatically suggesting the optimum gear shift points on the instrument cluster and an option of ‘Sports’ mode for performance oriented drivers.