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The launch of Goldplus Nano Car at NCPA at Nariman Point.Goldplus Nano, world's first ever pure gold jewellery car is tribute to the nation acknowledging 5000 years of Indian jewellery making.
1/6The launch of Goldplus Nano Car at NCPA at Nariman Point.Goldplus Nano, world's first ever pure gold jewellery car is tribute to the nation acknowledging 5000 years of Indian jewellery making.
Media persons capture pictures of the Goldplus Nano, the world's first ever pure gold jewellery car launched by Tata Group in Mumbai.
2/6Media persons capture pictures of the Goldplus Nano, the world's first ever pure gold jewellery car launched by Tata Group in Mumbai.
Photographers take pictures of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement.
3/6Photographers take pictures of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement.
A custom Tata Motors' 'Nano' car, is seen adorned in gold, silver and gemstone trimmings during its unveiling in Mumbai. The world's first gold jewellery car, claimed by Tata, is made from 80 kilograms of 22 karat gold, 15 kilograms of silver, and numerous gemstones.
4/6A custom Tata Motors' 'Nano' car, is seen adorned in gold, silver and gemstone trimmings during its unveiling in Mumbai. The world's first gold jewellery car, claimed by Tata, is made from 80 kilograms of 22 karat gold, 15 kilograms of silver, and numerous gemstones.
Ratan N Tata at the launch of Goldplus Nano Car at NCPA at Nariman Point.Goldplus Nano, world's first ever pure gold jewellery car is tribute to the nation acknowledging 5000 years of Indian jewellery making.
5/6Ratan N Tata at the launch of Goldplus Nano Car at NCPA at Nariman Point.Goldplus Nano, world's first ever pure gold jewellery car is tribute to the nation acknowledging 5000 years of Indian jewellery making.
People watch the unveiling of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement.
6/6People watch the unveiling of a Tata Nano car made of gold during a ceremony in Mumbai. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and gemstones were used to decorate the car, according to a press statement.
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