” Tata Nano is projected to hold the number two spot in 2011 after Tata ramps up production,” JD Power Asia Pacific Forecasting Senior Market Analysts Marvin Zhu and Ammar Master said in a joint article.
The research also projected that Alto, Nano and Wagon R to be India’s top three best selling models.
In 2008 the Financial Times reported: “if ever there were a symbol of India’s ambitions to become a modern nation, it would surely be the Nano, the tiny car with the even tinier price-tag. A triumph of homegrown engineering, the $2,200 (€1,490, £1,186) Nano encapsulates the dream of millions of Indians groping for a shot at urban prosperity.
Tata Nano is also called “The People’s Car”. Tata Nano had also won
- 2010 Business Standard Motoring Indian car of the year
- 2010 Bloomberg UTV-Autocar car of the year
- 2010 Edison Awards, first place in the transportation category