The world’s cheapest car, the Tata Nano, has recently become a police car in India, where the model made its debut during the International Security Expo in New Delhi.
The police is demanding respect from motorists no matter what country we are talking about and this is mostly done with their vehicles, at first glance, but when you’re living in India, the words like respect and police don’t go hand in hand. The best example for backing up our statement is the introduction of a Tata Nano police car, during the International Security Expo, in New Delhi, where the model managed to attract quite a lot of curious eyes.
The Tata Nano police car is based on the 2014 model year version of the vehicle and it’s complete with the stylish red, white and blue light bar, sirens, an 80-watt amplifier, flashlights, medical kit and some other tweaks which are found on most police cars. The model in question has been actually designed for a special police unit, which is tasked with protecting women and children of New Delhi, and it’s not just a show car. You can find out more about the 2014 Tata Nano by clicking this link.
Source: Indian Autos Blog