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  1. India's largest auto maker Tata Motors on March 03, 2009 unveiled the European version of Nano, touted as the world's cheapest car --Nano-Europa-- in the 79th Geneva Motor Show. "We plan to bring Nano to Europe because we think there is a market for low-cost cars in Europe, which have good fuel economy," Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata told. Tata said Nano-Europa would come with airbags and other high-end features, "but it will still be a low-cost car".

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