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India unveils $4.6m gold-encrusted Nano car
Three years after launching what it called the world’s cheapest car, Indian manufacturer Tata has unveiled a gold and jewel-encrusted Nano in Mumbai as a tribute to 5,000 years of Indian craftsmanship
- Gulf News Report
- Published: 11:29 September 21, 2011
- A worker removes a curtain on the Tata Motors 'Nano' car crafted in gold, silver and gem stones during its unveiling in Mumbai, India, Monday ,September 19, 2011. This version of the compact car, which was launched two years ago as the world's cheapest car in its original form, is claimed to be first gold jewelry car and made from 80 kilograms of 22 karat gold, 15 kilograms of silver, and numerous gemstones.