Tata Nano takes a left hand drive into overseas markets
This is the first time the celebrated "cheapest four-door hatch globally" will venture beyond the subcontinent.
Apart from India, the Nano is currently sold in Sri Lanka and Nepal. Bangladesh will also be added soon, where an assembly option is being considered.
Mr Prakash M Telang, Managing Director of Tata Motors' India Operations told Business Line that plans for assembly operation would be announced in 3-4 months for certain overseas markets which have high import duties and a volume prospect.
"The countries which are similar to India offer good potential for the Nano to grow.
We are now pursuing Bangladesh - there are some import restrictions, so we're trying to work around that."
"Then we will look at several other regions beyond the subcontinent.