January 10, 2008

Tata Nano: The world's cheapest car

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Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata today unveiled the world's cheapest car in New Delhi which can sit up to four people. The price is 100,000.00 INR i.e. 2,554.28 USD at today's currency rate.

Rediff News:
The car will have a 624-cc petrol engine generating 33 bhp of power. It will sport a 30-litre fuel tank and 4-speed manual gearshift. The car will come with air conditioning, but will have no power steering. It will have front disk and rear drum brakes. The company claims mileage of 23 km per litre.

The car's dashboard features just a speedometer, fuel gauge, and oil light. The car does not have reclining seats or radio. The shock absorbers are basic.
Tata Nano uses 5 liters of fuel per 100km and meets all Indian local crash test and emissions guidelines. It was also designed to pass international side offset and side crash tests as well as Euro 4 emissions tests.

The two-cylinder engine, which uses Bosch’s Value Motronic fuel injection and engine management is mounted at the rear of the car together with the battery. There is a small boot at the front where a person would normally expect the engine bay to be.

The car will go on sale in the second half of 2008.
Via The Scientific Indian


  1. i want this nano car but who i get it. if explain so happy.