Every 6 out of 10 cars in India are sold on the blind spot, most people never bother or think much when it comes to what's inside the hood, except for the small group who really care what it makes for a car. People usually look for mileage (kitna dethi hai), price, social appeal and neighbors envy owners pride factor. Also the fact that most of them are generally a huge success in the international markets. Also for a market like India by the time a new model is tested for its success the manufacturer would have sold some thousands or lakhs of units. There are few questions which prop up for a debate on the indian car scene as is today: 1. What comes to your mind when it comes to automobiles in India? 2. What is the average value of understanding of a car for a common man in India? 3. How aware or informed the people are about the cars in India? 4. How do people perceive a car in their minds when it comes to choosing a car in India ? 5. The Indian roads how good is the Infrastructure to justify the growth? 6. How is the understanding of traffic rules in India, how often do you break traffic rules and how serious are you about traffic rules in India? 7. what should be the minimum qualification of the applicant of a valid vehicle driver in India?