An aside, just to set the stage for the India december sales figures: FCA has grown as much as 20% year-on-year in the US market. Similar standout figures expected for Canada and Mexico. Best year for Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep in 12 years. Almost all not-retiring or new or recent models breaking all time sales records. Even Fiat showing good growth, esp the 500L, the 500 is steady at 3000 cars a month. FCA remains not just one of the very biggest car companies in North America, it is by far the fastest growing, growing in fact like an insurgent in the markeplace, like some nimble silicon-valley start-up. "Kicking-ass", they might say! FCA has grown (all brands) well even in recessionary Europe (Spain, UK, Italy etc). Jeep Renegade sales in Europe ramping up, with the Fiat 500X coming soon (in Europe's fastest growing segment, b/c-crossovers). Conversely: India sales, despite discounts? Ahem, cough, ouch, eek, sniffle, wrung-hands etc! What is the magic-pixie dust FCA has in Europe and the US which it doesn't here, and cannot transfer here (in the short term?): potent brand power/attraction/love/seduction/charisma/stories...and enough trust too, in the broader non-fan/non-enthusiast India car baazar, i.e., 90%+ of it ??