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Tata Nano to Get Bedazzled.

Posted in Commuter Cars, Compact Cars, FAIL, Tata by MrAngry | November 16th, 2010 | 3 Responses |

Tata Nano Goldplus

Have you ever been sitting home in the dead of night watching TV? In the wee-hours of the morning there is little on aside from old movies and QVC infomercials. One such item that I remember seeing (but didn’t purchase) was the Bedazzler. This little waste of money allows you to put fake diamonds and gemstones on just about anything you wish, so that you too can fit in at your local trailer park. Then there is the Tata Nano, a small automobile that cost $3000 brand new with the tendency to go up in smoke without warning. Put these two together and you have a match made in heaven.

Tata Nano Goldplus

I bring this up because a jewelry company called Goldplus, a division of Titan Industries, and one of India’s oldest jewelry companies, has plans to do a bedazzling job on a new Tata Nano. C. K. Venkataraman, Titan Industries COO, states,

To celebrate 5,000 years of Indian jewelery, we plan to come out with the world’s first jewelery car — Goldplus Nano — sometime next year. This priceless car will be a single unit as a symbol of our precision capabilities and will serve as a memento and not for sale.

Yep, sounds like a great idea to me Mr. Venkataraman, a great idea…

Source: BornRich.org

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3 Responses

  1. Hey, what’s wrong with bedazzling, why do you think it belongs in a trailer park? I’m in my thirties but I still love blinged out blackberry phones, especially if they are bedazzled in pink crystals!

    That Nano car is pretty fugly though. It’s looks like a cracked out Smart Car. You would probably get shot at driving that around in L.A.

  2. Loved reading the article. Btw, we hope you voted for your favorite Goldplus Nano over at http://goldplusnano.com Get your readers to do the same.

    Last Date: 12 Dec 2010

  3. Ishan J says:

    I love the nano. An indian might be able to relate more it than anybody else coz of its worth in India itself ! Stories like these http://www.nanodiaries.com can probably add value to what i am saying.