Cars clad in gold and diamonds as well as crystals never fail to find space at Luxurylaunches. Ironically, the latest to follow in the bejeweled category is the world’s cheapest car. You read that correctly; Tata Motor Nano, which is touted to be the world’s cheapest car, will get a bling makeover to commemorate 5,000 years of Indian jewelry culture. Gold Plus, the jewelry division of Titan Industries, announced that India’s first ‘jewelry car’ will be designed at their Hosur manufacturing facility. All set to be unveiled by April-May, the value of the Gold plus Nano is still uncertain. The company has shortlisted three designs and offers people a chance to vote for their most favored option. The final design will be based on the one that garners maximum votes. So hit their official site or login from your Facebook or Twitter accounts to click on your favorite one. I just did! By doing so, you also stand a chance to win exclusives prizes in the bargain.
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