2012 Geneva Auto Show

The Tata Megapixel is unveilled at the Indian car maker's booth on March 6, 2012, during a press day ahead of the 82nd Geneva Motor Show in Geneva. The chairman of India's Tata Motors strongly denied a report that his company had placed a $350 million (265.1-million-euro) bid to buy bankrupt Swedish car maker Saab Automobile. "That is misinformation," Ratan Tata told AFP, speaking after the unveiling of the Indian company's new four-seater urban electric car, the Megapixel. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI

( AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI )

The Tata Megapixel is unveilled at the Indian car maker's booth on March 6, 2012, during a press day ahead of the 82nd Geneva Motor Show in Geneva. The chairman of India's Tata Motors strongly denied a report that his company had placed a $350 million (265.1-million-euro) bid to buy bankrupt Swedish car maker Saab Automobile. "That is misinformation," Ratan Tata told AFP, speaking after the unveiling of the Indian company's new four-seater urban electric car, the Megapixel. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI

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