The same Indian company that has produced the world’s cheapest car has announced its latest product which is a flat-pack tiny house that costs about $700.
It can be assembled in a week and is said to be 215 square feet. It’s a pre-fabricated kit with doors, windows, and a roof.
According to reports, they are experimenting with a few designs. The homes are designed to last about 20 years.
A larger version of the home will also be available. The company is hoping to sell it to private buyers and state governments throughout India.
An Example of a 215 Square Foot Prefabricated Home
The photos of the home shown below are by Sustain Design Studio and have no affiliation with Tata.
I just wanted to show you what a 215 square foot home looks like.
For seven hundred bucks, I doubt that Tata’s home will be anything like this but I’m eager for them to reveal actual photos of the project.
What do you think about a 215 square foot home for $700 that’s supposed to last 20 years? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
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