World's cheapest car upgraded
Tata Pixel goes more upscale than cheapest-car Nano
Western consumers want more, in general, so the world's cheapest car is getting an upgrade. According to USA Today, Tata Motors has refined its plans to export a tiny and cheap car to Europe and the U.S. In its stead, the Indian automaker will send over a vehicle that's slightly larger and more expensive. Intended as a city car with room for four, stop-start technology, and other efficiency features, it delivers good fuel mileage and should sell at an impressively low price.
"Sounds as though India's Tata Motors is having second thoughts about previous plans to export the Nano, the world's cheapest car, to Europe and the U.S., as planned. Instead, it is offering the Tata Pixel, a city car that looks like an improved, refined Nano..."