Indian cars vie for smallest, cheapest title

Indian cars vie for smallest, cheapest title
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India seems to be locked in a contest to produce the world’s tiniest and cheapest cars.

The latest, the Bajaj RE 60, has just been unveiled at the New Delhi Car Show. Made by a motorcycle and rickshaw manufacturer it is intended as an upgrade for rickshaw drivers rather than as a rival to the Tata Nano, the previously touted world’s cheapest car.

With few safety features, do not expect to see either of them on Europe’s roads anytime soon.

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