BANGALORE – Attempting to symbolize the Indian essence of Toyota Motor Corp.’s latest sedan made for this country’s burgeoning vehicle market, a Japanese dancer performs a classical Indian dance at a special concert in the city’s information-technology hub. The Japanese auto maker is hoping it has been successful in marrying high tech and Indian consumer preferences over the B-segment car’s 4-year development process, which cost $700 million and involved more than 2,000 engineers. “We ...

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