While most of us take driving and owning a car for granted, Tata's ambition to sell the world's cheapest car has come to fruition, with the first delivery of the super-cheap car taking place in Mumbai, India.
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Mr.Ashok Raghunath Vichare of Mumbai was lost for words as he took delivery of the car, claiming that it will make travelling the treacherous and climatic conditions of Mumbai much safer.

The first three Tata Nanos will be exclusively handed over by Tata Sons chairman, Ratan Tata.

There's very little doubt the Nano, which is powered by a 623cc, rear-mounted, two-cylinder engine, which produces 25kW will be a runaway success all over the world.

With an initial production run of around 250,000 per year, Tata hopes to eventually sell up to 1-million Tata Nanos a year in India.

Image courtesy of Indian Autos Blog