The car manufactured at the Pantnagar plant in the state was unveiled by the state’s chief secretary Indu Kumar Pandey at the company’s showroom in Majra.
“More than four hundred booking forms have been issued so far in the city. Most of these have been brought by youths,” Tata Motors Sales Manager Rajendra Gosai told reporters here.
The booking forms can be submitted from April nine to 25, he said.
Uttarakhand’s chief minister B C Khanduri had provided Tata with various sops for facilitating and assembling the Nano, which comes in three models, in the state.