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Hyundai to build a Tata Nano rival

By Yoann Besnard on 1 February 2008 | Commentaires (1) Comments | Permalink

Hyundai has announced it has plans to build a rival to the recently unveiled Tata Nano. The car would be sold at a price tag of £1,800.

With a potential market estimated a few million customers, the Tata Nano segment starts to whet other car maker’s appetite. Hyundai is India's second largest automaker after Maruti, ahead of Tata Motors in third.

According to a Hyundai executive, the car would be launched in 2011 and would be produced locally in its Indian factory.


Posted by: nana | Sep 29, 2008 12:04:38 AM

Well Done, must do it. A healthy sign. A positive thinking for the ppl who can't aford 2 have a biger car. We'll wait for it - Good Luck


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