by Jennifer Hsu (https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/07/india-automotive-industry-dangers-collapse_n_9190152.html)A lot of things are going to change in the next 10-15 years.
The current auto industry is the best-funded in the world.
It is estimated that the entire auto industry will generate $1.6 trillion in sales over the next decade.
And it is the most diversified, with over 10,000 companies in its various sectors.
Today, the automotive industry is facing a lot of challenges, but it is doing well.
For the last decade, India has seen rapid growth in the auto industry.
However, with this rapid growth comes a lot more competition.
India has been able to tap into its domestic markets and has managed to diversify its car and truck brands.
This has been achieved thanks to the government’s policies like the Make in India scheme.
Since then, the Indian auto industry has experienced rapid growth and diversification, which has resulted in a very healthy environment for the industry.
However, there are still challenges.
The auto industry remains a highly regulated sector in India.
For instance, it is required to meet certain standards, which include safety, emissions and fuel economy.
It is also regulated by a variety of other governments, including the government of the country in which the company operates.
While India’s government has been cracking down on the industry, the auto sector has been left behind.
This has left a lot to be desired in terms of the quality of its cars and trucks, as well as the safety and reliability of its vehicles.
In fact, the quality and safety of its brands are not as good as the ones in the West, and there are concerns over the reliability of their vehicles.
The BrahMos (BMW’s first-generation version of the M2) car.
(Image credit: Wikimedia Commons user CarlosReyes)The first-gen BMW M2 is the largest selling car in India and it has become the world’s largest car maker.
According to the International Auto Show (IAS), the M1, M2 and M3 will make up the top five luxury brands in the country.
The company is also known for producing the iconic BMW M3 and M5, which are considered to be among the best luxury cars in the business.
There are also a number of other manufacturers, including BMW and Mercedes, in the Indian market, including Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, Land Rover and Rolls-Royce.
According to IANS, in 2014, there were over 7,500 automotive dealerships in India, while only 1,500 dealerships were in the United States.
There are a number more companies, like GM, which manufacture vehicles in India but it also sells its own cars and sells them through dealerships.
As a result, the cost of buying a car from a dealership in India can be higher than buying a vehicle from a private dealer.
Also, Indian dealerships do not have the luxury of owning brand new cars, which is why many of the brand new models are used for testing purposes.
For instance, the Toyota Prius and the Nissan Leaf are used in tests.
If there is an issue with a car, the dealerships may take it to a third party dealership for testing, which costs more.
While India has a large number of cars on the road, there is a huge gap in terms