Tata Motors chairman Ratan Tata recently assured the world that his colleagues are working on a version of the Tata Nano for the U.S. and Europe. It's due to arrive within three years. That raises a couple of important questions: (a) is such a thing even possible, and (b) if so, what would this mythical minicar look like?
Tata Reboots Nano, World’s Cheapest Car, As Coolest Small Car
When Indian automaker Tata launched the world’s cheapest small car, it gave thousands of people across India the chance to own a car of their own for the first time. While the cheaply-built Tata Nano might combine utilitarian construction, simple engineering and frugal motoring, Tata has come...Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield
Tata Nano, World's Cheapest Car, To Be Sold in U.S. in 2012
The world's cheapest car, India's tiny Tata Nano mini-car, will be sold in the U.S. starting three years from now, says its maker. Company chief Ratan Tata told reporters at the New Delhi Auto Show, underway today, that it is now adapting the Nano to meet stringent U.S. crash safety requirements...John Voelcker