DETROIT – India’s Tata Motors Ltd. says European homologation of its low-cost, segment-busting Nano subcompact car already is done, paving the way for potential sales in the U.S. The Nano Europa, which goes on sale in Europe in 2011, has a number of changes from Tata’s well-known $2,500 Indian model, says Tony Jones, associate vice president-Global Automotive Practice for Tata Technologies Ltd. Tata Technologies, one of numerous Tata group companies, has an office in Novi, MI, just ...
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