Top 10 Tata Pixel Facts
Managing director and group chief executive officer of Tata Motors Carl-Peter Forster said: “Tata Motors holds true to its belief that there is an opportunity in Europe for a city car, which is optimal in space, maneuverability and environment-friendliness. The Tata Pixel is a reflection of Tata Motors’ idea of what such a car should be.”
Lets look at the features of the Tata Pixel which sets it apart as the Compact Dynamo car.
- 1. Tata Motors presented the the Tata Pixel, a new city car concept for Europe, at the 81st Geneva Motor Show.
- 2. The Tata Pixel is based on Tata’s much talked about Tata Nano.
- 3. The car measures just over three metres in length and can accommodate four adults.
- 4. The Tata Pixel comes with Zero Turn toroidal traction-drive Infinitely Variable Transmission (IVT), which assists rotation of the outer rear wheel forwards and the inner rear wheel backwards, while the front wheels turn at acute angles.
- 5. The Tata Pixel is targeted towards the European markets.
- 6. The result is a turning circle radius of just 2.6 meters.
- 7. The ‘scissor’ doors rotate upwards from the front.
- 8. The key functions in the Pixel can be controlled by the driver’s smart phone, running ‘My Tata Connect’ – the first integrated human-machine interface (HMI) concept from Tata Motors.
- 9. The Pixel is powered by a 1.2 litre three-cylinder diesel engine, positioned at the rear of car.
- 10. The Tata Pixel boasts of a fuel economy of 29.4 kmpl.
Tata also launched the Tata Vista Electric at the Geneva Motor show along with the Tata Pixel.
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