Tata Nano Left hand drive, CNG variant caught testing


Tata Nano tagged as the Worlds cheapest car is all set to drive into left hand drive markets. Tata Motors is testing the Nano left hand drive version in Pune and also working hard to make the international regulations.

Recently Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata, admitted that Nano ‘wasted an early opportunity’, but has not given up hope on the small car, saying it has enormous potential “throughout the developing world”.

The Nano on test had the steering wheel mounted on the left hand drive and also the wiper blade now shifted to the left. In terms of exteriors are no visible changes other than the wiper blade while the interiors also remain same as those available on the 2012 model.

The Nano is currently exported to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal. The left hand drive variants could make its entry in Latin America and left hand drive markets of South East Asia like Vietnam.

Tata Motors is also testing the CNG and diesel variants of the small wonder. The company had showcased the Nano CNG variant at the auto expo and the launch could most likely take place around Diwali festive season.

We hope this small wonder makes it big international markets.

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