MUMBAI – General Motors India Ltd. is moving away from its conservative approach of small and midsize cars. The subsidiary plans, in the next two years, to bring to India several SUVs and multipurpose vans (MPVs) from its Japanese alliance partners. GM India likely will rebadge Subaru Forester as Opel brand. The utility vehicles will be positioned against the affordable and popular Toyota Qualis, Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari-Sumo. They also will join the ranks of the ...

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