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Tata Nano Gold Car

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The special version of the Tata Nano unveiled in the Indian city of Mumbai is covered in 80 kilograms of 22 carat gold, 15 kilograms of silver and assorted gemstones.

Built as a tribute to 5,000 years of jewellery-making in India, the vehicle will be used as showpiece for the country's largest multinational company, Tata.
Bhaskar Bhatt, chairman of the Tata group, said: "As of now it's not meant for sale. It's only meant to travel around to showcase the Indian karigars' (craftsmen's) expertise, and perhaps they are the most exploited in this business."
The revamp increases the car's value from its standard price