With their sleek, sporty vehicles, the new trucks and buses of the future will be a powerful symbol of India’s rapid growth.
It will be the first time that such an SUV-type SUV has entered the Indian market, and the company that invented it has been transformed by the time it enters the market.
But why the surge in the industry?
There are two key reasons for the surge.
First, the government has made a major push to make the nation a world leader in roads and highways.
Second, the country’s infrastructure is becoming much more developed.
And the government, which has invested in highways, bridges and road-transportation infrastructure, is likely to be keen to take a look at the fast-growing SUV market.
According to a recent report by the International Council for Clean Transportation (ICCT), India has the fastest growing SUV market in the world.
Its overall market share in the global SUV market has grown from 4% to 14% between 2013 and 2017.
India’s SUVs have been around for nearly 50 years, but they were first marketed in the mid-1990s.
Today, India’s SUV market is valued at around $1.2 billion, a whopping $400 million more than its US counterpart.
The growth in the SUVs is partly driven by the introduction of the SUV in India, and also by the rising popularity of compact cars.
The first SUV models in India were introduced in 2001.
They were a bit smaller than the modern day Ford F-150 pickup trucks, which came into the market in 2007.
The SUV became a popular choice for those in rural areas who could afford it.
By 2013, SUV sales in India had reached 4.7 million units, according to ICTC, with a market share of 19%.
By 2016, the market share had doubled, to 25%.
Today, the number of SUVs in India has grown by 5% every year since 2014.
But the government is also working hard to get the SUV market up to the level of the US and Europe.
In 2017, the ministry of road transport and highways announced that it was increasing the number, speed and size of vehicles allowed on Indian roads from 50 to 100 vehicles per day.
This is part of a larger push to ensure the smooth flow of goods, people and goods across the country.
According To Gaurav Sharma, a transportation expert and a member of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), this will be crucial for the growth of the Indian SUV market, as it will help it take advantage of the existing infrastructure in India.
“If the SUV market grows at the same rate as the US market, it will create a massive amount of infrastructure and infrastructure will take up to two decades to build,” he told Business Standard.
“And in this time, the SUVR market will not be able to get traction as it has to build up its infrastructure in the shortest time.”
Sharma said the government will be pushing hard to encourage the development of road infrastructure.
“The government is working hard in this direction.
The government has also committed to the establishment of a National Road Infrastructure Authority to build roads in all parts of India.
This will be an important step in improving roads infrastructure in this country,” he added.”
The SUV is the first SUV to come into the Indian marketplace and will be very important to India’s growth and competitiveness,” Sharma added.
According the Indian Automobile Association (IAA), the SUAV will help India make a comeback in the market, in which it had been sidelined by the US, Europe and Japan.
The IAA is the only industry body in India that is a big player in the SUV business.
The association is also a leading player in building and maintaining roads.
The IAA said it would build highways and bridges to boost the speed and capacity of Indian roads.
India has built more than 40,000 kilometres of roads in the last five years, of which the highways and bridge works are the largest.
The Indian government has invested nearly Rs 5,000 crore in highway and bridge projects over the last four years.
It also has plans to build more than 15,000 km of roads, including roads to connect to airports.
India is the world’s biggest SUV market with a global market share at 25%.
It is growing at a faster pace than the US (7.4% per year) and the EU (5.5%).
India’s global SUV share grew from 2.6% in 2016 to 3.5% in 2017, to reach a global high of 5.2%.
The ITA said it will invest around Rs 50 crore to make highways in India operational by 2019.
The project, which includes an 11,000 metre (34,000 foot) bridge over the Hooghly River, will bring more than 8,000 vehicles per year to the country from the US.
It is part a Rs 2,200 crore programme to electrify roads in India by 2021.