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Tata Nano, world's cheapest car, soon on its way to the United States?

Tata Nano, world's cheapest car, soon on its way to the United States? 1The world’s cheapest car is only available in India. But the Tata Nano, which currently cost $2,000-$2,500 depending upon exchange rates, could be available in the United States within three years, according to the chairman of Tata Motors.

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Tata Motors may soon produce world's cheapest hybrid

nano2Tata Motors has garnered global attention via the Nano, the world’s cheapest car. It could be awhile, but Tata could surpass its current high plateau of notoriety if it follows up on a recent announcement the Indian manufacturer will produce the world’s cheapest hybrid vehicle.

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