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Nano - the new people`s car

  • Nano - the new people`s car

    Nano - the new people`s car

  • Ratan Tata addressing the press conference in Mumbai
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<b>Picture by Suryakant Niwate</b>
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    Ratan Tata addressing the press conference in Mumbai

    Picture by Suryakant Niwate

  • Ratan Tata (right) with Tata Motors Managing Director Ravi Kant, at the Tata Nano press conference
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<b>Picture by Suryakant Niwate</b>
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    Ratan Tata (right) with Tata Motors Managing Director Ravi Kant, at the Tata Nano press conference

    Picture by Suryakant Niwate

  • Guests inspecting the all new Nano on the night its launch in Mumbai on Monday
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<b>Picture by Divyakant Solanki</b>
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    Guests inspecting the all new Nano on the night its launch in Mumbai on Monday

    Picture by Divyakant Solanki

  • Clever space utilisation: The small car is big enough for even &#39;healthy&#39; people -- they won&#39;t have to rub elbows while travelling
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<b>Picture by BS Motoring</b>
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    Clever space utilisation: The small car is big enough for even 'healthy' people -- they won't have to rub elbows while travelling

    Picture by BS Motoring

  • The Nano&#39;s top speed is 105 kph. The car has a unique engine management system that cuts off fuel to the engine beyond that speed. This is a safety feature that ensures the car is driven within the optimum safety/dynamic envelope.
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<b>Picture by BS Motoring</b>
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    The Nano's top speed is 105 kph. The car has a unique engine management system that cuts off fuel to the engine beyond that speed. This is a safety feature that ensures the car is driven within the optimum safety/dynamic envelope.

    Picture by BS Motoring

  • Sand artist Subal Maharana giving the final touches to his sculpture of the world&#39;s cheapest car, the Tata Nano, outside the State Bank of India office in Bhubaneswar
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<b>Picture by Rajnarayan Chaudhury</b>
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    Sand artist Subal Maharana giving the final touches to his sculpture of the world's cheapest car, the Tata Nano, outside the State Bank of India office in Bhubaneswar

    Picture by Rajnarayan Chaudhury

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