Tata Motors has as of late presented the eagerly awaited Tata Harrier 5-seater premium SUV at a forceful sticker price of Rs 12.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The organization is additionally taking a shot at an excellent hatchback dependent on the 45X idea and a 7-seater SUV dependent on the OMEGA ARC stage. Be that as it may, the homegrown traveler carmaker has no plans to contribute and update the Tata Nano to meet BS-VI discharge standards. The report further cases that the creation and offers of the vehicle would prevent from April 2020.
Indeed, even before it can get to the October 1, 2019 due date for all autos to meet the refreshed accident test standards, the Tata Nano has another obstacle to manage. From April 1, 2019, all vehicles made in India need a non-freezing stopping mechanism (ABS), which the Nano does not – and won't – get. With interest nearly non-existent, it bodes well for Tata Motors to put resources into overhauling the Nano and giving it ABS toward a mind-blowing finish cycle. What's more, it is for this very reason the Nano will nor be moved up to meet the refreshed accident test standards nor meet the BS-VI outflow standards – the two of which will require a considerably greater speculation. Henceforth, the necessitation of ABS will be the last blow for the Nano, and the vehicle will be ceased in April 2020.The section level vehicle, brainchild of Ratan Tata who visualized giving a more secure and moderate option in contrast to families riding on bikes, got dull reaction from the Indian buyer.
"Nano is produced at our Sanad plant (Gujarat)....in January new safety norms came, in April some more new norms will come and in October new safety norms will come and BS-VI is going to happen from April 1 of 2020, so all products may not meet (BS-VI norms) and we may not invest in upgrading all the poducts...and Nano is one of them," President of Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors, Mayank Pareektold reporters.
It was propelled in 2009 with an underlying cost of about Rs one lakh.