Small car Nano, manufactured by the Tata Group, has won Autocar India 2010's 'car of the year' award.
"Recognition is for the full team that worked on the car, and the challenge now is to exceed expectations," Tata Sons' Chairman Ratan Tata said here.
The awards were given across various categories to the best and the most deserving contributors to the auto industry including Best Value for Money Car, Best Design and Styling, Best Variant of the Year, Car Ad of the Year, Manufacturer of the Year, among others.
The other winners in different categories are Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS (Bike of the Year), New Mercedes E-class (Best Luxury Car), Toyota Fortuner (Luxury SUV of The Year), Fiat Grande Punto (Best Design & Styling), Tata Indigo Manza (Best Value For Money Car), Maruti Suzuki India (Manufacturer Of The Year).
The jury for this year's Autocar Awards comprised Dilip Chhabria, Manwendra Singh, Hormazd Sorabjee, Shapur Kotwal, Renuka Kirpalani, Rajeev Khanna and Naren Kumar.