Tata successfully demonstrated compressed air engines in its vehicles, and will work with MDI to bring this technology to market.
Dyesol solar panels incorporated into steel girders through research partnership.
Indian car maker Tata has a prototype motor that's powered by compressed air.
The chief sustainability officer of utility Tata Power sees the potential for some clean-energy technologies for distributed power generation serving the "bottom of the pyramid."
From the size to the price -- and possibly the build quality -- everything about this car is 'nano'. But it proves a real car doesn't need to cost anywhere near five figures.
How do you pimp the 'world's cheapest car'? If you're Tata, you go full rap star and pimp it with £3m worth of jewellery.
Automotive news reports on Tata Technologies efforts to build an automotive engineering practice.
At about $2,000 apiece, the price of the teensy and modestly appointed four-passenger car seems to be right for some Indian consumers.
With the Tata Nano finally on the road (in India), first impressions are starting to roll in from all over the web.
CNET's Car Tech takes a look at the world's cheapest model at the Geneva auto show