The Tata Nano, the world's cheapest car, may finally be dead
Autoblog 's archives are full of stories that hint at the troubled history of the Nano , the microcar introduced by Indian conglomerate Tata in 2009 at a cool $1,985, making it the world's cheapest car . Now, Bloomberg columnist Anjani Trivedi reports the end may be nigh for the ambitious little "people's car," with a grand total of ... wait for it ... 1 unit built and zero exports in June, down from 275 and 25, respectively, in June 2017.
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