MUMBAI – Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. may be on the way to becoming a small-car powerhouse. The local auto maker now can produce 1 million vehicles here – 700,000 at its existing Gurgaon plant and 300,000 at the new Manesar facility. Manesar also is the site of Suzuki Powertrain India Ltd., which is owned 30% by Maruti and has annual capacity to produce 100,000 new-generation diesel engines. Plans are to boost capacity to 300,000 engines per year by 2010. In addition, a supplier park is ...
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