Tata GenX Nano photo gallery
The GenX Nano AMT's new front bumper incorporates a redesigned grille, which houses new, round fog lamps.
The headlamps retain the same design but get a smoked finish. Between them sits a new black strip with a chrome band, and the Tata logo has also been moved lower.
Look closer at the grille, and you'll notice the 'infinity motif' design.
There is a new tailgate spoiler and the rear bumper also gets the 'infinity motif' grille.
This is the new paint shade, called 'Sangria Red'.
The 'Easy Shift' AMT version is only available in one, fully-loaded trim, known as XTA
The GenX Nano also gets an openable hatch for the first time.
The engine is unchanged from before - the same 37.5bhp, 624cc, two-cylinder petrol engine.
The new steering wheel and black centre console are noticeable changes inside the cabin; and of course the AMT gear lever.
The 'Easy Shift' Automated Manual Transmission is a five-speed unit and gets a Sport mode and creep function.
New, darker upholstery on the GenX Nano XTA mimics the 'infinity motif' from the grille.
Manual-gearbox cars get a 110-litre boot, but AMT versions get 94 litres, due to space eaten up by the gearbox's electronics.
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