NEW DELHI — From the moment Tata Engineering & Locomotion Co. (Telco) unveiled its homegrown Indica passenger car at the 1998 Delhi international auto show, it struck a chord deep in the hearts of Indian car buyers. Here was a car the entire nation had been waiting for. Since the start of production last December, Indica has become an overnight success. Not only because it apparently has met its primary objective of providing the exact kind of transport that the Indian public wants, ...
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