Sales of the 'world's cheapest car' have been disappointing

Two years ago Tata Motors set out to revolutionise India's car market with the launch of the world's cheapest car, the Nano.

It was supposed to be the people's car but sales have been disappointing.

Analysts say that tastes are changing fast in India and the Nano may not appeal to India's growing middle class.

Nidi Dhutt reports from Gujarat.

With comment from P.M. Telang, Managing Director of Tata Motors and Darius Lam from J.D. Power Asia Pacific.

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