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Tata Nano diesel will be revealed next month.

Reportedly, a model of Tata Nano is powered by a diesel engine will be revealed at the Auto Expo to be held in India this February . Hatcback and a new sedan will also disclosed that the Indian automotive companies .

The famous Tata Nano as the cheapest car in the world, available in 624cc petrol engine variant that produces 38 horsepower , and 624cc motors, bi-fuel vehicles which use CNG , generates 33 horsepower .

Starting this year , there will be a new variant , offers a turbodiesel engine 800cc 2 - cylinder that generates 45 horsepower and is able to achieve 35 - 40km per liter ( 2.8 - 2.5liter per 100km).

Besides introducing the diesel Nano , Tata Motors also has plans released hatchbak compact and sedan which included in the project "Falcon " . Both models will be developed using the existing platform , the X1 which was used to Vista and Manza .

Why did Nano is not in Malaysia ? If there were in Malaysia , would the price of a Nano around RM15k ? As we all know, DRB- Hicom has a collaboration with Tata Motors by USF - HICOM is a wholly owned subsidiary, but only for CBU and CKD commercial vehicles . Still no news on private vehicles to date.

Published: Thursday, January 2, 2014

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