After the success of the Nano, Tata Motors decided to work on advanced models of the car. Nano was definitely the most affordable car in India but it was popular among every class of people. People who own a sedan or an SUV also began showing interest in the Nano. Therefore, Tata Motors launched a substantially expensive variant of the Nano called the Nano Twist XT.
The interiors were also upgraded with premium beige fabric seat upholstery. It also has a Dash Integrated with AmphiStream Music System with CD, MP3, AUX, USB & Bluetooth connectivity, premium seats and a three spoke steering wheel for a sportier feel. You will also get air conditioning, heater, front power windows, a 12V power socket, many pockets, an advanced instrument console which tells information like Electronic trip meter, fuel gauge, etc.
Again the Nano Twist XT is no different than a normal Nano. It isn't the best handler if you are possessed by a spirit of a true car enthusiast. However, if you do then it would do a top speed of 105 kmph. It is meant to be driven smoothly and it handles pretty good then.
The braking duty on the Tata Nano Twist XT is taken care by 180mm diameter drum brakes upfront and the same diameter drum brakes at the rear takes the responsibility to stop this little body on wheels. Safety is still not the primary objective of the Nano Twist XT. It doesn't have any kind of safety aids like ABS, EBD or airbags.