October 30th, 2009
Just a short one: the Indian Tata Nano is often referred as the cheapest car in the world. And if it is the cheapest car then the „ingredients“ like parts, design, etc… must be cheap and maybe low-cost as well, one would imagine. However, this certainly does not apply to the painting process!
The new Tata Nano is produced in the Singur plant which is equipped with a state-of-the-art paint finishing system of German specialist Dürr. RoDip for the pre-treatment and KTL coating, robots for the underbody coating and exterior painting, all with optimized temperature and humidity control.