In India, the Tata Nano and its Tata Electric brand are among the few vehicles that are fully electric.
These vehicles are not equipped with a manual transmission, which can be used for manual transmission when required.
This manual transmission is known as a ‘manual’ transmission, and it is a different type of transmission.
The carmaker is calling this a ‘nano-electric’ or ‘manifold-electric’.
However, it’s not clear if the Nano-electric is equipped with manual transmission or if it’s a manual hybrid, which are more commonly used in the UK.
The Nano-Electric manual transmission was introduced in the Tata car factory in September, 2017, but has only been on sale for a few months.
It comes with two electric motors (one for each wheel), which are connected to the car by a wire and can be manually activated.
This means that the car can drive from a stop to a standstill, but the driver has to be very attentive when changing gears or accelerating.
The car is equipped for manual mode, which means the car is able to take a manual route from A to B. If you choose to activate the car’s electronic stability control (ESC), the car will go from zero to 60mph in 6.9 seconds.
The manual mode is also equipped with an ABS system.
However, the Nano electric manual transmission isn’t an EV.
It’s not technically a hybrid, but it does have a similar powertrain to a petrol hybrid, and can take the form of a hybrid with either electric or petrol engines.
In this case, the fuel cell is still the same petrol engine, so the petrol engine is a single-cylinder diesel engine.
The petrol engine produces about 160kW of power, and this power is converted to the electric motor via the electric-hybrid conversion.
This allows the Nano Electric to be used as a hybrid and be able to make it from A1 to B3, or vice versa.
The electric motor is connected to a battery via a special connector on the front of the car.
The plug-in hybrid can be charged via a USB cable connected to it, but there’s no charge port on the Nano EV itself.
The Nano EV’s battery pack can store up to 400g of fuel, and the battery can last for two years.
The hybrid is powered by a petrol engine and a petrol battery, and produces a range of over 120km on a single charge.
However, the battery is charged through a standard plug-up, and once it reaches a certain voltage, it will drop to zero, meaning the car cannot be driven from a standstart to a stop.
The Tata Nano EV has an electric motor with a range-extender that can charge it up to 60km, and also can recharge the battery in case of a battery pack failure.
It has an electrically assisted traction control system, which is supposed to reduce road vibrations.
The vehicle also has an electronic stability-control system that will adjust the road to a level where you can operate a manual mode.
A similar hybrid-electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf, is also available in India, but its range is around 100km, whereas the Nano is 200km.
The Tata Nano can be sold with either petrol or petrol-electric engines.
The company has been making cars since 2002, and has a portfolio of more than 150,000 vehicles worldwide.
The vehicles range is limited to 300km, but Tata claims that it has developed an electric version of the Nano for 2019.