Facing roadblocks: tata motors' nano factory at singur in west bengal construction work at the plant stopped on 24 august as the trinamool. Tata motors' small car nano is inching closer towards the end of its journey with speculations of there being an official closure on the car today. India's tata nano, which once promised to be the world's cheapest car, has all but died the project was called a “milestone in frugal.
“it used to get more attention than a lamborghini on the road,” cyrus dhabhar says the automotive journalist is talking about the tata nano,.
Tata motors has faced trouble ever since it received approval for a plant to manufacture its new, $2500 small car -- the nano -- in west bengal.
We've followed the tata nano -- the two-cylinder indian peoples' car designed from the ground up to be affordable to buy and inexpensive to. Fighting its reputation almost as long as it's been sold, the tata nano finally seems to have died an official death in india as the world's. Mumbai, india - tata's nano was the car that was going to revolutionise affordable motoring, debuting to much fanfare just over 10 years ago.