The biggest change would be making the micro-car meet rear-crash safety standards for the U.S.
Ever since Tata first announced plans to sell a $2,500 car for its home market of India, the rest of the world has been asking when it will get a version of the pint-size ride.
Europe should get the Nano by 2011. And while Mr. Tata envisions making the Nano meet U.S. standards in three years, it's very much in doubt as to whether his company will sell the car in the states and for what price.
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