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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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Tata Motors planning diesel and facelifts for 2011 Nano

Tata Motors planning diesel and facelifts for 2011 Nano 6Tata Motors is developing a diesel version of the Nano and hopes the latest version of the world’s cheapest car will be available by 2011. The Nano will also soon get interior and exterior facelifts. The new model will have a rev limit at 6,000 rpm instead of conventional 5,000 rpm for faster acceleration especially in first and second gears.

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Tata Nano: New York Times test drives India's new $2,000 'People's Car'

Tata Nano: New York Times test drives India's new $2,000 'People's Car' 7The New York Times’ automotive section is entitled “Wheels — The Nuts and Bolts of Whatever Moves You.’ Technology to car shows, innovation to car reviews, the section is arguably the country’s finest. Earlier this week, for instance, many print and online sections reported on the debut in India of the Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car.

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