A Concept Car for the Indian Middle Class

New Haven Advocate | June 2, 2009
In India, owning a car is considered as a symbol of social status and prosperity. The launch of Tata's Nano has allowed many middle class people who zip around on scooters and motorcycles or commute by bus or autorickshaw to own a four-wheeler with an affordable price tag of 100,000 rupees only.

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