Last week, Indian automotive group Tata unveiled the Nano, the world’s cheapest car, priced at 100 000 rupees (£1275). A lot is riding on its four wheels. Tata hopes its fresh design and low price will put cars within the reach of millions of ordinary Indians. The aim of the group’s chairman, Ratan Tata, was to design an affordable car for the common man. Just 3.1m long and 1.5m wide, the car will be launched in India later this year.
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