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Tata for the future

Keep a close eye on Tata, the Indian company which now owns Land Rover and Jaguar. Its Nano Europa, an improved version of its low-cost car, looked very convincing at Geneva.

14th March, 2009

Keep a close eye on Tata, the Indian company which now owns Land Rover and Jaguar. Its Nano Europa, an improved version of its low-cost car, looked very convincing at Geneva.

Tata also showed its family-size four-door Prima saloon concept.

Ratan Tata, chairman of the company, confirmed that it will use Fiat underpinnings and engines, ensuring that it will be a runner in European markets.

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