As we reported, Tata has an Euro-spec Nano on the works. The changes from the Indian version include adding an all-aluminium I3 MPFI engine with a 5-speed automatic transmission and electric power steering. The engine should address all the concerns about Tata's green credentials, as it will be Euro V compliant and have emissions under the 100 g/km of CO2 mark. The Nano Europa will also include significant security equipment like ABS, ESP (Electronic Stability Program) and airbags. There's also a change in size, as the Nano Europa has a slightly longer wheelbase of 2.28 meters. Tata's all-electric Indica, which was also shown during the SIAM Expo, uses polymer lithium batteries that are expected to offer a range of 200 km (120 mi) and a 0-to-60 km/h (0 to 40 mph) time of less than 10 seconds. The model was adapted by Miljo Grenland/Innovasjon of Norway, where Tata UK's owns 70 percent of the shares. Tata will also include a third model, called Prima, in its future European lineup.