In the United States, a $10,000 car has become the norm.
But in India, cars have been built for less than $5,000.
This week, I spoke to a woman who was building a $100,000, four-wheel drive, $10 million, $50 million, 100-tonne car for a friend.
The car, dubbed The Golden Car, is part of a wave of Indian car-building projects.
Last month, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) announced a new $1 billion highway and bridge project, part of the government’s efforts to bring down the cost of roads and bridges across the country.
A lot of the projects, which are financed through the National Development Loan Act, have already been built.
But the real magic lies in the car itself.
I asked the woman how she got started and how she came up with her design.
She told me she had been looking at different ways of building cars and she wanted to create something she could drive on a regular basis.
The story of how the car came to be, is told in a book that’s in the works, but not yet published.
It’s called “The Car That Changed My Life”.
It tells the story of Anushka Sharma, a 26-year-old engineer from Goleta, California, who has been working on building her dream car, the Car of Tomorrow.
The car is based on a Toyota Prius hybrid that she has been building since last year.
The Car of the Future: Anushkha Sharma, an engineer from California, has built her dream electric car.
The Prius is a huge, electric car that was first made in India in the 1970s.
The cars are the most expensive in the world, and they’re still the most popular in India.
Sharma bought the car at auction for $9,000 in 2009, and then spent a year working on the car, building it and testing it with friends.
The car has a range of up to 400 kilometres on a single charge, and Sharma says she could easily travel more than 4,000 kilometres on one charge.
It is the world’s fastest electric car, but she says that she’s already built an impressive number of electric cars.
The idea of building a car based on an Indian car was not new.
But the first time I spoke with her, I couldn’t believe that she was actually building one.
“I was shocked,” she said.
“This is what I wanted to do.
I wanted a car I could drive.
It was a dream.
I thought, I’ll build it.”
Sharma was fascinated by Indian cars.
She spent time in Goa in 2009 when she was in high school.
She got hooked on the country’s culture, its architecture, its people and the way they drove.
It made her want to do something she knew she could build, and it gave her an idea.
The first time she bought a car in the US was when she went to New York City with her family.
She bought a Chevy Bolt, which she had to buy at auction in 2009 for $1,200.
She thought it was too expensive.
I had bought it a few months before, and she thought it would be fine.
But then she saw it was a $2,000 Prius, and the price tag scared her.
I didn’t know what to do with it, she said, “I thought, if I can’t get this car, I can at least get the $3,000 Chevy Bolt.”
It was at that moment that she started thinking about how she could use an electric car to get around India, or even build one.
Sharma built a small battery charger for her car and built a charging station at her school.
It helped her charge her car from home for about $1 a day.
After a year, Sharma decided she was ready to build her dream.
She decided to use her family’s money to buy an electric motor, and build a charger.
She bought a Honda CR-V.
She said the CR-v was more practical than her previous electric car because it could be driven on a normal basis.
She had bought a Ford Focus Electric and had been thinking about getting an electric bike, but realized that electric bikes cost more than $4,000 and there were only two of them.
She had a few ideas.
She built her own electric bike and took it for a test ride.
The bike was a work of art.
Sharma said she could see the difference in the bike’s handling when she got behind the wheel.
She was able to drive the bike on her own.
She loved the look of it and the feel of it, the feel that she got from it.
She would ride it to her friends’ houses and it felt great.
I could see it was going to be something