The ride and handling has also gotten better with a revised suspension set-up, including an anti-roll bar at the front, and a steering mechanism made even easier. The cabin is quiet but a racier sounding exhaust note now gives the Tata Nano a more assertive road presence. The brakes are booster-assisted, and although they were present in the Nano CX and the LX, they have been added to the Nano Standard as well. The Nano CX and LX now have tip-tap mirrors on both the driver and passenger sides. For the Nano Standard, which already has a driver side mirror, the passenger side one can be installed as an accessory.
The interiors are completely new with enhanced premium look. It now has the luxurious beige in the Nano LX, rich black in the Nano CX and stunning medium graphite in the Standard version. Moreover, the exteriors are now a veritable vibgyor of 10 colors and eight of them namely Pearl White, Rouge Red, Aqua Blue, Neon Rush, Serene White, Meteor Silver, Mojito Green, Papaya Orange, Sunshine Yellow, and Champagne Gold are new. That is not all; the exterior is accentuated by the new half or full wheel caps.
The modifications are bound to enthrall users in more ways than one. The Tata Nano, known for its superlative performance and affordable price is all set to make its foray and vroom into the Indian market with panache.