How about a disposable car?
Tata Motors, India’s third-biggest auto marker, will showcase its $2,500 car at the Auto Expo in New Delhi on Jan. 10, with a commercial launch planned for later in 2008.
With that price, you could change cars every season and still have money for a Big Mac or two.
The Tatamobile is the cheapest of the cheap. India’s Bajaj Auto, Renault and Nissan are looking into the feasibility of making a $3,000 car, but canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t figure out the chinch factor of reducing production by the additional $500.
Oh, by the way, how confident does this make you feel the next time you go out to buy a Jag? Tata is considered the frontrunner to purchase Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford.