Size doesn’t matter, its what you do with it that counts. It seems Tata has taken it literally and tried to do the most it can with their smallest new member.
The problem is that while the little fella has had to go through so many changes to make “Europe friendly” it has had to become 2 times more expensive than the price of one in India.
The European pricing structure has now placed it in competition with a whole host of other vehicles offering much more space and are closer related to real cars than dinky toys.
Details are that it could cost in the region of R60000 to R70000 in Europe. It will be powered by a one liter engine which will return about 45kw which should give it about the same accelerating performance as an oil tanker.
It just seems like a lot of money for such a small little thing – let’s hope the changes they’ve made from the indian version is going to be worth it.