I do understand your point. However, Fiat is not in the position to push anyone right now. Thankjs to the idiot in chief, Sergio Marchionne, Fiat is in dire straights. He forced his ideas through against everyone with common sense to make the Brera/Spyder and 159 a barge. This led that Alfa sales slumped from one year to the next to a third of its global sales to around 1,40,000. Despite launching an additional model. Alfa was on the brink of being closed down. Iveco, which is 49% Magirus and 51% Fiat had to be sold into independence. Lancia is not doing as well as expected. The DS3 is a big headache for the 500. Volkswagen is getting stronger and stronger and the return to the small segment is creating further headaches. Fiat has failed to look properly into India. The half hearted attitude leaving Ratan Tata often standing in the rain is the cause for what happens. The product philosophy for the Indian market is totally wrong. Fiat Turin was banking on it that the 500 will flood the Indian market. Now the car is withdrawn as it is a blunder. Waht Fiat should have done is getting the Panda produced in India, which is their most solid and reliable car in Europe. Maybe because it is built in Poland. The way Fiat Turin goes about India they need to sell to Maruti to stay in the market at all. Maruti can switch to other engines and it will not affect the sales. But Fiat would lose. Fiat has got no concept for India and Mr. Kapoor can't do anything about it. He would need to have authority to make product decisions. Sergio Marchionne is considered the idiot of the automotive world. As long as he is in charge of the Fiat group, forget any positive movement in the Indian market.