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The Indian automaker has hefty hopes that the masses will flock to its diminutive Nano, a 10-foot-long "people's car" that'll be in showrooms soon.
99 years after the Ford Model T, the Tata Nano has been announced in India for 100,000 rupees, or about $2500. And you know what? It looks amazingly good. I was completely expecting a Yugo ugly box, but you could drop this 10 foot long car into an urba