Tata Motors announced it will sell its Nano model in Europe after 2011 and presented, in 2009, a Nano Europe concept car that is 20 cm longer than the Indian version, Realitatea.net reports. Tata Nano, the cheapest car of the world, might also come to Romania. Calcutta Telegraph quotes market sources saying that Romania, Turkey and Brazil are possible targets for the Indian carmaker. For now, the model will be sold, in premiere outside India, first in Sri Lanka, Banghladesh and Thailand. In India, Tata Nano costs the equivalent of EUR 1,500, but in Taiwan it will sell at USD 5,000 – 6,000 (local taxes included) – half the price of the cheapest car currently existing in the country (some EUR 13,000).