Tata Nano convertible gets used around the factory
Everybody remembers the Tata Nano right? The low-cost (albeit fire-prone) small car phenomenon that has already gripped India, right?
Well, you know what the Nano really needs, besides aftermarket tuning options or things like that? A convertible version.
That’s at least what the Indian plant where the Nano is made believed, as it has manufactured a few convertible versions of the Nano, in order to transport visitors around factory grounds in style and with the wind in their hair.
Although it seems the car has endured a few other modifications, like the tribal decals on the side or the step bar, the sight of a Nano without a roof is mighty impressive.
Still, don’t expect it to actually be available to the public, as the Nano was already cutting it close in terms of structural integrity as a coupe, so a convertible edition might be downright dangerous to drive.
What do you think of this low cost open top convertible? Share your thoughts below.
Source: Wheelosphere via Autoblog
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