Tata holds lottery for right to buy £1,400
It was meant to be the world’s cheapest, and
therefore most accessible, most democratic car, but it hasn’t worked out like
that. The Nano is already on the way to becoming one of the most sought-after, fought-over cars of the year and, when it hits
the showrooms (after a fashion), you won’t even be able to walk in and
buy one. You will have to get a lottery ticket first.
What you will get, for the original
100,000 rupee asking price, is the basic two-stroke version
of the car, now familiar from motor shows worldwide but still
frustratingly out of reach for all but a lucky few.
Tata Motors recently reported its first quarterly loss in
seven years and its shares have lost three quarters of their value in the past
year. Tata’s credit rating has been downgraded to junk status in the wake of its
debt-fuelled acquisition of Jaguar Land Rover last year.
Moh kita beli moh..~~~
Peace Not War!!!~~