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    For many, the Datsun brand is a vague memory from before their time in the automotive universe. For others, it's a fond memory of affordable Z cars that ran with much more expensive sports cars or small, efficient, and reliable commuters. For those in Indonesia, India, and Russian, Datsun is soon...

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    Visteon Looks To Emerging Markets: Interiors For India

    You might have some preconceptions about cars sold in emerging automotive markets such as India. The overriding impression is probably one of cheapness, befitting of a nation whose population are still significantly poorer of those in more developed markets. Another might be durability, since even...

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    India has become an increasingly important player on the global car scene, with the rise of companies like Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra. Mahindra is poised to enter the American market for the first time this year and now Tata has announced its plans to take Jaguar and Land Rover into the...

  • 2009 Force India VJM02 F1 race car
    Force India VJM02 makes official debut

    Force India has given the first look at of its revised car livery for 2009, revealing a much greener theme for the latest race car. On hand for the unveiling was team owner Vijay Mallya and main drivers Giancarlo Fisichella and Adrian Sutil, who were also joined by several test drivers and team...

  • Bruno Senna testing the Honda F1 car

    Earlier this week reports emerged that Mexican billionaire and second-richest man in the world Carlos Slim had all but purchased Honda's F1 team as the Japanese carmaker exits the sport, but Slim has since denied any such interest. That leaves the door open for another possible buyer in the form of Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya. The Indian billionaire's enthusiasm for F1 is undeniable. In addition to buying into the former Spyker team, Mallya is working with Bernie Ecclestone to get India added to the F1 calendar. If such a deal does move forward, it will most likely be at a street race...

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    Doubts surrounding the passage of the historically British marques Jaguar and Land Rover into Indian ownership have consistently dogged the deal since its first rumored inception. Now that Tata is well underway in its new position as owner of the brands, it is assuring customers that there are no...

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