Geneva Auto Show hits
Hit: Tata Nano Europa
Indian automaker Tata timed the global mood perfectly when it said it will bring this larger, better-equipped and more-expensive version of its $2,000 Nano to Europe. At 129.5 inches long, the Europa is 7.5 inches longer than the bare-bones model developed for sale in India. It will have standard safety features like antilock brakes, air bags and traction control. Tata won't say when the roomy and attractive little car will reach Europe, but it's sure to cause a sensation.