MUMBAI – The super-luxury Bentleys, Bugattis, Lamborghinis and Porsches seen on Indian roads can trace their roots in the market to Volkswagen Group’s low-end Skoda introduced in 2001. The German automaker today offers 25 models in more than 100 variants in India, including five VW brands. It assembles the entire range of SkodaAuto (as the brand is called in India) cars, four Audi models and the VW Passat and Jetta in the country and imports the rest as completely built-up ...

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