Tata Pixel city car unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2011

March 3, 2011 | by | 1 Comment

Tata Motors have debuted the Tata Pixel – a car which promises to make parking problems a thing of the past – at the Geneva Motor Show 2011.

Tata Pixel city car unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2011

Best known for creating the world’s cheapest car, the Nano, Tata have chosen to take its compact design and add cutting-edge technological features to create what they claim to be a new city car concept.

One of its most interesting features is the ‘Zero Turn Drive’ – the ability of the two rear wheels to move in opposite directions during low-speed manoeuvres.

This gives the car the ability to turn almost on the spot, making it perfect for city parking in the tightest of spaces.

And unlike a typical city car the Tata Pixel can comfortably sit four adults despite its compact size.

CEO Carl-Peter Forster explained: “Tata Motors holds true to its belief that there is an opportunity in Europe for a city car which is optimal in space, manoeuvrability and environmental-friendliness.

“The Tata Pixel is a reflection of Tata Motors’ idea of what such a car should be.”

The 1.2 litre motor also boasts voice-activated control, a sweeping roof and low CO2 emissions.

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