Toyota mulls launching more small cars, compact SUVs in India

The Indian context of auto motives is very big and that is why despite of a slowdown too companies like Toyota and others are seeking future progress in Indian auto mart. Recently Toyota has announced that they will be going to step in more firmly in the small car market. Presently they have a small car Toyota Liva in the lineup but sooner in near future they will come up with 18 more cars.

The Japanese auto maker Toyota India is one of the progressing companies in the auto world. They are known as the global leaders, they have proved their metal especially in Indonesia. The company wants to make it big this time in India by launching some more cars. Toyota presently holds only one small car in their lineup, Toyota Liva. Apart from that they have all the big cars.

Compact SUVs in India

We see that Toyota is now game for making a firm grip in the sub continent. Presently we see that Indian small car market has been taken car by Maruti and Hyundai. Now company is just waiting for getting a clear picture on the diesel polices of Indian government. Toyota is thinking to plant a unit which can make huge numbers of diesel trims so that they can answer the competition easily. Apart from this company have another idea of launching hybrid cars.  The aim of the company is to make more crowd pulling products. The company also said that if they want to grow more in the Indian market they have to equip themselves with more models, small and big is the second concern.

Toyota will be going to launch at around 18 new models from which two would be small cars and others might take shape of SUV’s and Hybrid cars. The company is aimed on making more SUV’s as they have already sensed the forthcoming growth of SUV mart in India. On the other hand being biased about the Hybrid cars the official said that it gets lot of expenses to make and launch a Hybrid. That is the reason they have only one Hybrid in their portfolio. Company did not tell much about the launching of forthcoming cars.