The World's Cheapest Car - Tata Nano Test Drive
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The Tata Nano is a rear-engine, 4-passenger city car aimed for the Indian market. Price: US$ 2,500 Fuel Efficiency: over 50 mpg Top Speed: 70 mph

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On March 23, 2009, Tata Motors launched the "People's Car", the Nano, the world's cheapest car with a dealer price of 100,000 rupees ($1,900)
Details of the 4-door car, available in standard and deluxe versions: Length: 3.1 m (10.2 ft)  Height: 1.6 m (5.2 ft)  Width: 1.5 m (4.9 ft) 
* Engine: Rear-wheel drive, 2-cylinder, 623 cc, multi-point fuel-injection petrol engine, rear mounted.
* Safety: Has an all sheet-metal body, with crumple zones, intrusion-resistant doors, seat-belts, and rear tailgate glass bonded to the body.
* Environment: Tailpipe emission performance beats current regulatory requirements, and the Nano has a lower overall pollution level than two-wheelers made in India. A high fuel efficiency (20 km/liter) ensures low carbon dioxide emissions.
* The Team: In 2003, a four-member team at Tata's Engineering Research Center in Pune city started work on a "very low cost transportation with four wheels" and a price of 100,000 rupees. Helped by the Institute of Development in Automotive Engineering in Italy, the team grew to 500.
* Nano Europa: Will launch in some European markets by 2011: Length: 3.29 m; Width: 1.58 m; Wheelbase: 2.28 m. Engine: 3-cylinder, all-aluminum MPFI engine with 5-speed automatic transmission and electric power steering. Plus advanced restraint systems, ABS, ESP and airbags.
Sources:  Reuters  Wikipedia
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