Monday, July 18, 2011

India's Tata group to sell $700 flat-pack house

This company really "geng", first cheapest car, now cheapest house with 20 years life span...

The Indian company that launched the world's cheapest car has unveiled its latest product for the fast-growing nation: a flat-pack house that costs just $700 and can be built in a week.

The Tata group, maker of the $2,500 Nano car, said that the 20-square-metre (215-square-foot) home comes from a pre-fabricated kit that includes doors, windows and a roof.

"The basic model of a so-called "Nano" house will cost 32,000 rupees ($720) and will use coconut fibre or jute for wall cladding and interiors.

It has a life expectancy of 20 years.

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