Tata Nano car's brief description
Tata Nano, it was one of the most expected cars from Tata during 2008 & 2009, finally it was made public by Tata Motors for the Nano, it is somewhat running successfully and has potential feedback from the customers, it was much-anticipated and around 1.25 lakhs priced car, it was considered as an ultra cheap price tag that carries car ownership into the reach of millions of people in India, this car competition for worldwide well know cars.
Tata Company Chairman Ratan Tata, introduced the Nano during India's main auto show in New Delhi, it was drove onto a stage in a white version of the tiny four-door subcompact, its head nearly touching the roof.
With a sloping roof and a snub nose, the world's cheapest car can hold easily five people -- if they squeeze. And the basic version is spare:
Tata Nano car's features
Tata Nano and its features; it has two-cylinder engines are estimated to produce near about 35 horsepower, it is as good as for a top speed of 75 mph. another disadvantage is, it has no air bags, no passenger-side mirror and only one windshield wiper. If owner want air conditioning to cope with India's summers, then owner need to get the extra model called as its deluxe version. At 10 feet long, the Nano is about 2 feet shorter than a Mini Cooper.
Tata Nano is famous in two categories and first one is economy on its price ranges and another one is its beauty model. Though the price has created a talk, critics say the Nano could lead to possibly millions more automobiles hitting already congested Indian roads, adding to mounting, technical, air and noise pollution. As per Tata news, it will have to sacrifice quality and safety standards to meet the target price.
Tata Nano's Revolution
Tata motors said it expects the car to revolution in the auto industry, and expert believes the Nano may force other worldwide manufacturers to lower their own pricing on their product. Well known car manufacturer are trying to decide whether they could produce and sell a comfort car for around Nano's price. The Tata chairman, though, insists the car will meet safety standards and pollute even less than motorcycles, passing domestic and European emission standards and averaging about 50 miles per gallon.
At present, the car is selling only in India, but Tata has said it eventually hopes to export it. The Nano could become the role model for similar cheap production in developing markets around the world. Since rising revenues for middle-class and they force for cars to buy, Carmaker anticipate the ranks from car owners in the country to enlarge their business in coming years. But, a huge entry of cars is a horrifying scene of traffic jams till midnight, hours-long travels and mounting pollution.
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