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Auto least expensive in the world Tata Nano, official launch in India of

The Indian auto giant Tata Motors officially launched on Monday in Mumbai, the Nano, described as the world's cheapest car. It will be sold in India in its basic version for the equivalent of less than $ 2,500 CAN.

It will be demonstration in Tata dealers across the country from the first week of April and will be commercialized next week. The Nano is a small car that has four doors offers four places. It is 3.1 meters long, offers a compact, rounded shapes and is equipped with an engine of 623 cubic centimeters, in the back.

The vehicle is endowed as a wiper. It has no airbag safety or anti-lock braking, which are not mandatory in India. Air conditioning, radio and power steering will be available as an option.

The price of the Nano brings the car within the reach of millions of Indians desiring to acquire a vehicle in a country has strong economic growth or the middle class grows. However, detractors of the Nano point the risk of increased car ownership in India, where roads are already saturated, and pollution.

Nevertheless ensures that the Tata Nano will be the least polluting car in India.

It will be sold in India at first, but Tata hopes to export. The Indian manufacturer has presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March, the Nano Europa, whose launch is planned in 2011.

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