India is a land of automotive portent. Last year, Tata Motors bought glamour icons Jaguar and Land Rover. Now, in a coup de grace allowing it to span the extreme high and low ends of the market, the company has delivered the Nano, which, priced at Rs123,000 US$2,400, is the world’s cheapest car.
On 9 April, the day that Indians lined up to fill out applications for the first batch of Nanos, due for...
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