That ultimate range may not matter either, because the B-Nano is designed to have easily swappable battery packs. Once you run out of range with the first, it should be easy to just plop in a new fully-charged pack and run with it. Bolt hasn't provided specs for acceleration or top speed, but we don't expect anything fast for city duty. One may assume a car using Usain Bolt's name would prioritize speed over everything else, but that doesn't seem to be the case here. What this vehicle reminds us of most is the little Renault Twizy. It features a similar shape and fulfills this super niche purpose.
The black and yellow color scheme seems like a no-brainer. We'll be interested to hear if Tata has any issues with Bolt using the name "Nano" for its little car. As for where these little city runabouts will be deployed, Bolt hasn't said yet. The company's shared electric scooters are expanding into Paris, which would also make sense as a starting point for the cars. Orders are reportedly open now for the B-Nano. A $999 deposit is being asked to reserve one, along with a $9,999 final price.