Hi guys,dragin said:Cars in China are usually made for use that includes highway driving. (Yet to be done C-NCAP tests not withstanding.) But this little urban runabout is not designed for highway driving.
And the piracy vigilantes might peg the Nano as a Chang'an CM8 knockoff?
I'm an Aussie and new to the site. I like photo chopping so I might see what I can do in your talent section.
On the Tata, I agree it is only a city car as look at those wheels. When I say it I thought of Fords T Model and the Citroen 2CV and the VW Beetle, they all shared large wheel size to cope with poor roads. I would have thought that a car aimed at poorer people in emerging markets would have the same problems with variable road conditions.