MUMBAI – Toyota Kirloskar India Motor Ltd. is targeting a 10% share of the Indian car market in the next decade, fueled by its long-expected small car to be built at a new plant slated to come on line next year. “TKML will follow an aggressive strategy,” says Managing Director Hiroshi Nakagawa. “(We) will have a new vision and mission. The small car is codenamed 800L and will be positioned to create a sense of awe.” The new car will be shown at the New Delhi Auto Expo in January and is ...

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