Around India in the World's Cheapest Car

When Tata Motors announced the release of the Nano back in January 2008, there was a rush across India as people clamored to fill out order forms for the pint-sized car that, at a shelf price of $2,500, was contracted to be the cheapest in the world. With a button-sized steering wheel to go with its button-sized tires and a maximum speed of about 55 mph, it's hardly every boy's dream racer. But its price, cutesy foreshortened look, promise of higher fuel efficiency and effective marketing...Full Story
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