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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

It's the fast-mini car of India

This Indian mini car, Tata Nano got a magic touch of JA Motorsport, an Indian automotive modificator transformed into the fast-mini car.

Initially, with the title as the cheapest car in the world make the Nano specification was limited, but its rear wheel drive system could be made as a modifications capital into the fast-mini car. This JA Motorsport composition cars is called Super Nano, because the specification is now much different from the standard model.
Tata Super Nano by JA Motorsport. (Picture from:  http://bit.ly/1A2IY6J)
The first, its 2-cylinder and 624cc engine was replaced with a 1.3L engine that capable of producing 230hp with the position of the engine is under the rear seat. Total power generated from the previous jumped nearly 200hp, and the car maximum speed is 190 kph. So the claim as the cheapest car now turned into the fast-mini car.
Right side view of Tata Super Nano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1A2IY6J)
Accompanying its engine power, so the Super Nano aerodynamic reinforced with body kit, roll bar bolt on type became standard features. The "ornament" in the cabin is not only that, there are a lot of carbon fiber material on the seats, steering wheel and gear lever. Although not explained this car can be used on the track or road legal.
Rear side view of Tata Super Nano. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1A2IY6J)
Analyzing from the fourth tire position is widened, it can be concluded there was improvement in the chassis. On the legs sectors are also equipped with disc braking system on all wheels.

All quality would cost, JA Motorsport claimed to have spent up to 2.5 million rupees, or about Rp. 500 million to make the Super Nano becomes real. And with that much money could be used to buy 12 units of the cheapest Nano.. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | JA MOTORSPORT | INDIANAUTOBLOGMOTORAUTHORITY]
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