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Tata E-Nano – The Electric (Eco) Car

Thursday, August 21, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

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Indian car maker Tata Motors, which is planning to produce the world’s cheapest car selling at 1,700 euros ($2,600), also has plans to produce an electric-drive version, according to a German press report.
The E-Nano would be built in cooperation with the Norwegian electric car specialist firm Miljobil, Greenland.

nano e-car

The Tata Nano is a small car aimed at the mass Indian market and is set to go on sale later this year. However, industry analysts have expressed skepticism that Tata will be able to sell the vehicle at the price because of rising raw material prices. The Nano is a no-frills basic car with a 33 hp 623 cc engine. It has no air-conditioning, electric windows or power steering that are standard in modern new cars.

Tata is working with a French firm and Chrysler in developing this electric car. The electric car will use compressed air. A diesel engine for the Nano is being developed by a German company and will use a fuel injection system. Sources told the newspaper that the 800 cc, turbo charged diesel engine will be a two-cylinder and capable of at least 30 per cent more mileage compared to 800 cc gasoline powered cars.


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