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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. "We have already prepared two-three different designs based on discussions with users and are gathering more feedback," Sumitesh Das, the head of the project at Tata, told reporters in Hyderabad.
Originally posted by DaRAGE
That is awesome. It would be great to just buy a block of land, and instead of having to pay $100k - $150k for a house, just grab one of those. I'm a single person. I don't need much.
Awesome Cost. Awesome looks. Good Job India.
Originally posted by RonFM
So any new info on this? I'm actually pretty interested, I got a ton of land in NM and would be nice to set this up out that way.