In late March Tata finally launched its Nano in India, instantly taking the title of "world's cheapest car" with its sub-$2,000 price tag. Then word emerged that the company has its sights set not just on India and Europe, but the U.S. as well. Today a report confirming the Indian carmaker's plans for U.S. sale is out, eying a 2011 release date. Building the Nano to meet U.S. requirements for safety and speed will be a lengthy task, and is sure to drive the price up above the incredibly low price of the Indian-market Nano. Tata gave us a preview of what a U.S. Nano might look like in the form...
Tata storms Europe with Nano Europa
Many doubted Tata Motors' ability to turn out a 1-lakh, or roughly $2,500 car, but they have proved the skeptics wrong and now a special edition of the car will soon be headed for sale in Europe. The Nano Europa, as the model will be called, promises to meet all safety and crash standards, thanks...Nelson Ireson