After attaining massive sales growth (10,475 units) in March, Tata Nano small car is now being developed as a left-hand-drive (LHD) model. Tata Motors has officially announced that they have started working on an LHD version of the world's cheapest car for export markets.
The Indian car giant is planning to sell the Nano in foreign LHD markets such as Africa, South America and South-East Asia in this fiscal. It was also revealed by Tata Motors Chairman Ratan Tata at the Geneva International Motor show that the carmaker was planning to export the car to North America.
Currently, the car is being sold in Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh besides the Indian market. Meanwhile, the carmaker is also reportedly building a diesel engine and a powerfull petrol engine to boost Nano sales volumes.
The car had recorded its highlight ever monthly sales numbers in March. This indicates that the Nano is finally gaining confidence among the customers. The Nano comes with a starting price of 1.48 lakhs(ex-showroom).