Pith Helmet On, Bruce! Audi Goes to India

We don't know how to say "Vorsprung durch Technik" auf Hindi , but we're sure the boys in Ingolstadt have that covered. Utilizing excess capacity in the Indian Skoda facility in Aurangabad, they plan to send knocked-down A6s from Deutschland and assemble them on the subcontinent. Right now, they're only planning about 300 Indian-built cars for '08, but assuming the market demands it and the Germans find the assembly precise enough, we wouldn't be surprised to see more Indian Audis on the roads as the country's affulent classes grow.

Audi to start making cars in India in autumn 2007 [Forbes]

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