It has seen a number of launches by global car manufacturers who have ushered in world-class products into India.
The year also saw the arrival of made-for-India cars with production bases also shifting to the country.
Some Indian manufacturers like Tata got global attention and are on the road to entering the developed markets. But this is just the tip of the iceberg as there are many more significant events lined up for the remainder of the year.
Among these is a slew of new launches.
A look then at all those brand new cars that are soon going to ply on Indian roads.
Nissan Motor Company's first made-in-India car is expected to make its debut with a price tag of Rs 4-5 lakh.
Nissan Micra would come with a 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine and has been developed on Nissan's V-platform.
Micra was designed and tested in Japan and would be available in 150 countries worldwide.
Nissan Micra would have stylish dual tone interiors with dual tone dashboard and an advanced instrument panel.
Micra would also have dual front airbags, ABS (Antilock Brake System) with EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution) and anti-skid system make up for the car's safety gear.
News is that the Nissan Micra would come in six variants with both petrol and diesel engine option.
Text and Images courtesy: CarDekho.com
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