Tata Motors says it will deliver up to 60,000 units of the ultra-cheap Nano, by July 2010, Touted as the world's cheapest car, the Nano is getting its passport prepared to wade international waters after the mother plant Sanand reaches completion.
Ratan Tata said the new Sanand plant will be ready by the financial year end and it would have a capacity of 250,000 units per year.
The Nano is currently manufactured at the Pantnagar facility, where the Ace pickup truck is made, which has an annual capacity of 50,000 cars.
The company says the first 1,00,000 deliveries will be completed by October-December 2010 from both the facilities.
Currently, the company is transporting the installed equipment from the abandoned Singur plant to the Sanand. Ratan Tata took this opportunity to take a dig at Mamata Banarjee, and praised the Gujrat government for granting approvals within three days.
Source - Times Of India