Tata’s Nano, World’s Cheapest Car Covered in Gold is Worth $4.6 Million

Indian automaker Tata Motors, unveiled on March 2009 the world’s cheapest production car ever – the Nano car. This four-passenger city car was released primarily for the Indian market and has a prize of roughly US$3000. Now covered with gold and other expensive gems, this Nano can is worth $4.6 million – about the price of 1,533 Nanos.

Nano car covered in gold

Nano car covered in gold. Image via

This Nano car has 194 pounds of hard-crafted 22-karat gold, 33 pounds of silver and 10,000 precious and semi-precious stones. It will go on a six-month tour of towns where Tata has manufacturing plants. Perhaps to encourage more consumer to buy the once on demand car before my owners had incidents of spontaneous combustion that made it sales dropped considerably.

Nano car in it's original form

Nano car in it’s original form. Image via

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3 thoughts on “Tata’s Nano, World’s Cheapest Car Covered in Gold is Worth $4.6 Million

  1. Zahngold

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  2. Abo

    I guess this is fine for speedlights and brloly and that is what I use it for. I love the compactness and the weight and so it is a great all round purchase but the legs are, for me anyhow, a bit flimsy and could do with beefing up a tad.

  3. Akira

    I guess this is fine for speedlights and blroly and that is what I use it for. I love the compactness and the weight and so it is a great all round purchase but the legs are, for me anyhow, a bit flimsy and could do with beefing up a tad.

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