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Inside the tiny Tata Nano

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Engineers at Indian car maker Tata have been putting the finishing touches to the world's cheapest car.

It costs 100,000 rupees ($1,979; 1,366) - about half of its nearest current rival.

The BBC's Chris Morris took a closer look inside the Nano with Girish Arun Wagh, head of Tata's Small Car Project.

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