Yes, like you said along with the later product line-up and more engine options. We never know, they might also bring in the 2.0 or even a 2.4 for commercial applications if they find the buyers/partners. Actually doesn't seem soo much of an investment problem as much as the viability of demand/sales and more like a strategic decision to hold back not only on engines but the newer powertrains too in general. What is very clear is that a manufacturer like Maruti would have gone looking elsewhere too if Fiat would have refused to provide 1.6s and more. It means this decision is depending a lot on partner players.