Tata Motors has already updated the Nano with power steering and automatic gearbox with rear opening
There are chances that the Nano AMT might be powered by the new 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine, but it seems more realistic that the 624cc engine two-cylinder engine found in the current model is expected to continue duty. Expect the Nano AMT to deliver marginally lesser or similar efficiency to that of the manual gearbox version which returns 25.35 kmpl to a litre.
With the Nano AMT, Tata Motors is looking to further explore the entry-level small car segment. An affordable, easy-to-drive small car is the ideal way to get around the ever growing traffic menace, after all. It will be the only automatic in the segment and is expected to be priced slightly higher than its rivals