BMW AG says it will begin production of its 3- and 5-Series cars at its new Chennai, India, plant in early 2007 and expects to sell 1,500-2,000 vehicles in its first year of operation. "The first car will be delivered to our dealers by March next year, and we hope to have dealerships across all the major metro cities by 2009," BMW India Ltd. President Peter Kronschnabl says. Starting with a sales and service network of eight or nine metropolitan dealers, the auto maker later plans to ...

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