They will have to gear up the Nano to meet tougher safety and emission standards in Europe and America. Still they hope to sell the car for $3,000 or less.
Nano is so-named for its miniscule size: ten feet long, five feet wide. in 2010 Tata hopes to make over 300,000 of the little coupes. It has a standard gasoline engine and promises over 50 miles per gallon because of its light weight.