India’s car market is awash in luxury, but it’s the cheaper alternative to the American market that makes the country’s cheap car market look even cheaper.
It’s an idea the country has embraced since its independence, when the first car was sold in the early 20th century.
India is home to one of the largest economies in the world, and its auto industry is thriving, thanks to the country having one of India’s largest car manufacturers, Tata Motors, and a rich, vibrant car culture.
In India, the country is known as the “car city” thanks to its booming auto industry.
However, its car culture has been beset by corruption, poor quality and an economy dominated by manufacturing, which has left many Indian cars looking cheap.
This article originally appeared on the BBC.
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