The  boot lid is a feature which is not present on the Nano on sale. With the addition of this new feature in the Twist Active, the customers will be provided with the convenience of access to the luggage from outside.

The facelifted Nano will get redesigned bumpers, smoked headlamp clusters and tweaked airdams. Interior of the Nano will remain as well, which will include a new three-spoke steering wheel and better quality inserts for the center console.

The new model will be powered by the 624cc twin-cylinder petrol motor that produces 38bhp of power and 51Nm of torque. This engine comes mated to a four-speed manual transmission and power is sent to the rear wheels. There are speculations that the Twist Active variants would use the four-speed manual transmission, while another variant named as the Twist F-Tronic will feature a five-speed automated manual transmission (AMT).

The company is aiming to reposition the Nano as a smart entry-level city car.