Sunday, November 27, 2011

Tata Nano gets a new generation in 2012

Revealed by Tata Motors of India for the new generation of reigning cheapest car in the world, formerly Tata Nano in 2012, and although the new generation has the same external form of the previous generations, but the company emphasized the inclusion of many mechanical improvements away from the exterior.
The obtained nano 2012 new engine rate as large as the previous engine, a 624 cc, with the horsepower is estimated at 38 horsepower - an increase of 3 hp for the previous engine - and a torque of 51 Nm / m up 3 N / m as well, to start the car the ability to reach a top speed of 105 km / h the current rate of fuel consumption of approximately 4.08 liters per 100 km.Also received the new Nano 2012 on several amendments, including suspension systems and steering and brakes for all new models next to a wide range of colors available to suit all tastes.It was incumbent on India's Tata make those adjustments because of its failure to overcome the barrier of 130.000 car since it was launched for the first time and the loss of the title of world's cheapest car late last year before the Jyanjnanj Alto - Chinese version of the Maruti Suzuki - which raised the price of 2380 U.S. dollars for the model of primary versus 2700 U.S. dollars for the Tata Nano ... Can Tata Nano 2012 new restore her title and status again???

"Fiat" reduces production 300 thousand cars next year

Fiat has decided to reduce production to about 300 thousand cars in Europe next year, given the economic recession seen in Europe, where the company decided to manufacture only a million cars next year.
While the strategic plan the production of 1.3 million vehicles in 2012, down by 23% this year, reaching the company's production to 1.5 million vehicles.
He states that after the economic crisis in 2009 there was a large strategic stocks of unsold cars, and then tried to car companies to keep their inventories and disposal of large stocks of cars.
On the other hand is expected to financial analysts at Morgan Stanley, that Europe will see a further decline in sales in the coming period ranging between 5 and 10%.