The most striking thing about the car, though, isn't its size. It's the price: about 100,000 rupees, or just $2,500. Tata's goal is to get the Nano in the driveways of Indian citizens who otherwise couldn't afford four-wheeled transportation. Hence the company's preferred description of the vehicle: the .
Correction: This caption originally gave an incorrect location for the headquarters of Tata Motors. The company is based in Mumbai.
January 10, 2008 6:39 AM PST
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