Special edition Tata Nanos revealed at Delhi motor show
5 January 2010

Two special edition Tata Nanos have been unveiled at the Delhi motor show.

Called 'Tata Nano for her, and for him' the special editions are based on the top spec LX trim models.

See the Tata Nano 'For her' - official picture

The 'For her' car is available in what Tata calls Cocktail Red, and features floral patterns on the door and bonnet. Inside, the patterns are also replicated on the seats, door pads and centre console.

The 'For him' model is available in a Wild Lime colour scheme and has leather seats and leather door pads.

Both models are fitted with stop-start technology, and equipment includes air-con, a stereo, tinted glass, fog lamps and electric front windows.

No prices have been announced.

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5 January 2010

it reminds me of george from rainbow or one of the moomins yuk id rather have used

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