Sunday, January 13, 2008

Continuation to my previous post

"Tata Nano"











So after a long wait Tatas have come up with a new car that an average Indian can afford. Or must I say going to bring revolution in automobile industry. But soon after it's release some people from all over the world have started criticizing the new innovation necessary for India.

This article says it a lot.Treehugger

Yes safety and environmental standards are put at stake in bringing down the cost. But this is how it'll start and keep on improving (Japanese Kaizen). We need to welcome such innovations.
Especially in India it's of very much importance.

Note : do read the comments at the end of the article Treehugger

5 comments:

aatish said...

i agree wid u kumar bhayya ......i think all dreams of our dear middle class indians just like me, will come true.......also i think it has started a new trend of innovation in indian market and more importantly by indian companies which is very much necessary lookin at the future......

Gandalf said...

As Ratan Tata pointed out very well, India will have to grow in infrastructure one day. You can't criticize car makers because there is no space on the road! This would rather expedite the process of road widening and improvement of infrastructure in India.

Maulik said...

Quiet interesting to see innovation in production.

Kanan said...

I can't wait to ride one of these. ;) Should be interesting... do they have an option to make it run on CNG?

KaZzZOoM said...

with all the due applauds to the innovation...the concern is congestion...auto rickshaws and 30% of two wheelrs wud soon be replaced by nanos...where would u park it?in india people dont realise that parking has a price..it cant be free...on more lighter note,with all those nanos filling up the roads, where would the cows,dogs and goats go?