Only eight Indians in a thousand own a car, but that's set to change. The Indian Tata company is making a car that everyone can afford. Our Topic in Cooperation with Handelsblatt.
Costing about 1,700 euros, the Tata Nano has caused a sensation in the motoring world. And despite its low price, it has leading German technology. Important components like the diesel injection system, some of the electronics and the brakes come from German parts supplier Bosch. Bosch has dismantled complete production lines in Germany to rebuild in India. Claudia Laszczak accompanied an Indian engineer who has taken over a production line in Bosch's Immenstadt works in southern Bavaria.