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    REPORT: Tata Nano passes European crash testing

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    The Tata Nano, the diminutive Indian four-door econobox rumored to eventually arrive in U.S. showrooms, has reportedly passed current European impact testing. According to Autocar, the offset front and side impact tests took place at the ...

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    REPORT: Tata selects first 100,000 Nano buyers from lotto

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    Interest in the world's most affordable new car has been very strong, as Tata Motors reportedly received 206,000 applications for the $2,500 Nano. Due to production constraints, Tata ran a lottery to determine which of the applicants would ...

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    Rumormill: Could Tata Nano be sold in U.S. Fiat-Chrysler dealers?

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    Looks like Tata Motors is trying to get the Nano into U.S. dealerships by 2011. India's largest domestic automaker thinks "the world's cheapest car" could do well here, especially given our nation's economic conditions right now. The car will ...

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    REPORT: Tata confirms Nano U.S.-bound in around two years

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    Americans may have the opportunity to welcome the Tata Nano to their shores in just over two years, according to a confirmation from David Good, a U.S. rep for the Indian automaker. Before it arrives, Tata assures that the ultra-cheap compact with ...

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    REPORT: Tata Motors says it has 500,000 Nano application forms

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    The Nano is off to a smashing start, with Tata reportedly claiming it has already received 500,000 application forms since the car went on sale April 9. Tata Motors sent out order forms to 30,000 locations throughout India, and charged 300 rupees ...

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    Officially Official: Order books (finally) open on $2,000 Tata Nano

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    It's been a long time in the making, but the official launch of the Tata Nano has finally taken place. Billed as the World's Cheapest Car, the diminutive Nano will sell for just Rs. 1 lakh (about $2,000 U.S.) as it leaves the factory, ...

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    Geneva 2009: Bodacious Tatas - Indian automaker debuts Nano Europa

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    Uttering the word "Europa" should spark memories of the funky and fragile Lotus of the '60s and '70s, or perhaps the British sportscar company's more recent revival. What one normally doesn't tend to think of is the Tata Nano.That may ...

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    Tata Motors sales plunge by nearly half

    Even when you (intend to) make the cheapest brand-new car in the world, you can't escape an economic downturn. Global jitters and year-end hemming and hawing have conspired to slice Tata's December sales figures nearly in half compared to a year ago. December is a traditionally slow month for auto ...

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    Tata Nano may be branded a Fiat in overseas markets

    Click above to view more images of the Tata Nano Fiat and Tata already have a joint venture to distribute commercial vehicles. If they can do the big stuff, why not the little stuff? Tata and Fiat are looking at an agreement to sell the Tata Nano outside of India in markets where Fiat has a strong ...

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    Build your own Tata Nano. You know you want the sticker package.

    Click above for a gallery of custom NanosFor the time being, you have to live in India to buy a Tata Nano. The new people's car is slated for domestic consumption only for now, but that doesn't mean you can't unleash your inner Nano shopper. That's right, Tata's website now allows anyone to ...

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    Caparo building two new cars beyond the T1

    Click above for a high-res gallery of the Caparo T1.The British engineering team at Caparo has quickly made a name for itself by diversifying its production and design expertise with the absolutely insane T1 supercar, while simultaneously landing the contract to supply body structures for the ...

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    Geneva 2008: Spending time with the Tata Nano

    Click above for a high-res gallery of the Tata Nano.The Geneva Motor Show provided our first opportunity to get up close and mildly personal with Tata's potentially revolutionary Nano. Overall, we're pretty damned impressed. The squat dimensions and short overhangs lend themselves well to the ...

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    Tata Nano tanking used car market in India

    click above to view more images of the Tata NanoAnticipation for the Tata Nano in India is so high that the country's used car market is taking a dive ahead of the car's arrival later this year. Autocar is reporting that sales for India's current most popular and cheapest car, a used Maruti 800, ...

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    Micro to become macro? GM looking at competing with the Nano

    Click image for a gallery of the GM China Chevrolet SparkIf everyone else is going to build cars like Tata's headline-grabbing Nano, GM's going to pile on, too. The Lutz cites GM's part-ownership stake in Wuling Motors, a Chinese manufacturer of sub-$3,000 utility vehicles as a possible source of a ...

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    VIDEO: Live reveal of Tata Nano plus more pics

    click above to view more images of the Tata NanoThe unveiling today of the Tata Nano in India has caused quite a stir. The $2,500 micro car will officially become the world's cheapest production car when it goes on sale later this year, and we've actually been getting emails all day from people the ...

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    Why the new AppleTV should be in your car

    var digg_url = ''; When Apple's low-cost Mac Mini computer debuted, it wasn't long before industrious hackers took advantage of its small form factor to create some incredible in-car installs. There have always been some major ...

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    Buy a Mazda MX-5 in the UK, get an iPod Nano

    British? Can't make up your mind about that fun little Miata you've had your eye on? Mazda's here to help. Beginning in 2007, buy a, in Roadster Coupe form and get iPod connectivity as standard equipment. You ragtop buyers will still be expected to pay for yours.What's that, you ...

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    Mitsubishi builds the ultimate iPod Nano case

    Sure you could purchase a $35 plastic case to protect your shiny (for now) iPod Nano, but does it have disc brakes and airbags? Mitsubishi has taken iPod protection to a whole new level with its integrated Nano slot in the i (eye) city car's dash. Just plug in your iPod and enjoy the security only ...


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