In addition, the recent deregulation of fuel prices by the government of India implies a hike in fuel prices. The biggest winner from these developments could be Tata Motors ( TTM). Besides producing cheap cars, the company has the reputation of manufacturing fuel-efficient vehicles. Tata Nano, the world's cheapest car, allows consumers to drive 55.8 miles per gallon, far superior to similar cars in India. In addition to remarkable sales during May, the company's June sales were equally impressive, as they sold almost 28,000 units of the Nano while sales of its Indigo range doubled from last year. Tata's total sales were up 63% from June 2009.