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The Worlds first jewellery car of Gold

 The World's first jewellery car of Gold

The World’s first jewellery car of Gold

The Worlds first jewellery car of Gold, claimed by Tata, was shown during an unveiling ceremony in Mumbai, India, on September 19, 2011. About 80 kg of 22 karat gold, approximately 15 kg of silver and 10,000 gemstones were used to decorate the Tata Nano car. Before it was the world’s cheapest car, it has been turned into one of the planet’s most expensive after it was covered with 3 million pounds worth of bling. Thirty artists were employed to decorate the tiny car in 80kg of 22 carat gold, 15kg of silver and 10,000 semi precious stones and gems. Billionaire businessman Ratan Tata – who recently bought Jaguar Land Rover to add to his collection of car companies – ordered the one-off design to celebrate the strength of his country’s growing wealth and mark its history.

'Nano' car crafted in gold, silver and gem stones in Mumbai, India, and below the amount of precious metals and stones used in the one-off design is shown clearly side on

‘Nano’ car crafted in gold, silver and gem stones in Mumbai, India, and below the amount of precious metals and stones used in the one-off design is shown clearly side on

People stare at the Goldplus car covered in 80kg of 22 carat gold, 15kg of silver and 10,000 semi precious stones and gems

People stare at the Goldplus car covered in 80kg of 22 carat gold, 15kg of silver and 10,000 semi precious stones and gems

Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Group, standing next to the car which he says celebrates 5,000 years of jewellery making in India

Ratan Tata, chairman of Tata Group, standing next to the car which he says celebrates 5,000 years of jewellery making in India

The World's first jewellery car of Gold

The Worlds first jewellery car of Gold

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