Not only are Indian car makers, Tata, satisfied with producing the World's cheapest car, the Nano, they are planning to produce World's greenest MPV. It will be so green that it will produce 0.1% emissions. "How can they do that?" you may ask.
The vehicle will be powered by water… yes, water! You see, there will be NO conventional internal combustion engine at all - the vehicle will be powered by water and a few grains of rice. "How can they do that?" you may ask.
An anonymous engineer from Tata has revealed to In Seine News;
"The MPV stands for 'Man-Powered Vehicle' and not the commonly known Multi-purpose vehicle and has no floor. The car is then filled with people (the more the better) similar to the morning train to Delhi. They are then given a few grains of rice and a couple of pints of water and they push the vehicle from inside and then the vehicle will soon be up and running - especially if the nearest toilet is 50km away. You'd be amazed at what speeds it can reach if just one occupant is desperate."
"So where does the 0.1% emission come from?"
"Oh, that's if someone FARTS! He said.
The new Tata will only be available in 'British Racing Green' and production will be outsourced to Detroit , Longbridge and Dagenham.
The 'FARTCAR' will be unveiled at this year's Geneva Motorshow when it will blow its own cover off.