Agence France-PresseJanuary 13, 2014 09:18
India's struggling Tata Nano, launched in 2009 as the world's cheapest car, unveiled a new, pricier variant of the jelly-bean shaped car on Monday featuring power-steering in a bid to boost flagging sales.
The latest model, called Nano Twist, targets young people. It has power steering along with remote keyless entry, a four-speaker music system with bluetooth and a higher ground clearance for rough terrain.
Ranjit Yadav, president, passenger vehicles business, Tata Motors, said the car was "loaded with trendy features" to make it a "smart city car to hang out with".