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Tata Nano to go turbo
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20th Jun 2014
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Tata Nano to go turbo

The Tata Nano is known as the world's most affordable car, but the Indian brand appears to be sharpening up its image by adding more features to the budget four-door hatchback, including the potential addition of a new turbocharged engine.
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Matt Campbell
Tata Nano updated: world's cheapest car to get CNG engine
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20th Jun 2013
1 min read

Tata Nano updated: world's cheapest car to get CNG engine

The updated Tata Nano has been unveiled in India, with the world's cheapest car set to offer a new compressed natural gas engine. Unveiled at the Horizonext event in Pune, the lightly revised Tata Nano scores a new chrome strip detail at the front and back, wider air intakes and three new exterior colours.
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David Zalstein
Tata Nano Goldplus jewellery car worth $4.57 million
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21st Sep 2011
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Tata Nano Goldplus jewellery car worth $4.57 million

We know the Tata Nano is the world's cheapest car, but have you even wondered what is the world's most expensive cheap car? Meet the Tata Nano Goldplus. It's a special one-off created by Tata jewellery company Goldplus and features 80kg worth of gold plating.
Brett Davis
New factory to boost Tata Nano production by 250,000
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3rd Jun 2010
1 min read

New factory to boost Tata Nano production by 250,000

A new plant dedicated to the production of the world’s cheapest car, the Tata Nano, will boost manufacturing numbers by at least a quarter of a million units each year. Capacity of the Sanand factory in western India’s Gujarat state will start at 250,000, but Tata expects to increase production by 100,000 per year down the track. Tata is currently struggling to meet demand for the 123,360 rupee ($3146) microcar in India, with the company initially receiving 206,703 orders last April.
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Tim Beissmann
Tata Nano investigated for electrical fires
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26th Oct 2009
1 min read

Tata Nano investigated for electrical fires

Could it be that quality sacrifices made in producing the world's cheapest car have led to its downfall? The Tata Nano - that retails in India for around $2,500 - is under investigation by the company following reports from three owners of electrical fires.
Matt Brogan