These are the first pictures of the Tata Nano. On the assembly line, of course. Production is rolling at the Tata Motors Singur plant and the first batch of Nano cars will be ready by September 15 with their market launch in October as originally planned. As you read the engines for the new Nano are built by German engineering company, FEV, who’s working on a 800cc turbo CRDI version, which is going to be the world’s smallest engine with common rail technology. At the same time, another French company, MDI, is working on compressed air technology.
What will happen when Tata Nano goes mainstream? Does anybody think about motorizing the planet and what it means to have more and more car emissions? Dealers are expecting it … no matter what!