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Which is the most expensive car in India?
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1. Which was the first car that Hindustan Motors manufactured?
a) Ambassador 1800 ISZ
b) Landmaster
c) Ambassador Mark 2

2. Which of these belong to the Hyundai stable?
a) Scorpio
b) Vitara
c) Terracan

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The correct answer is Terracan.
Hyundai Motors India Ltd presently markets over 18 variants of passenger cars across four models, the Santro in the B segment, the Accent in the C segment, the Sonata in the E segment and the Terracan in the SUV segment. In the fiscal year 2003, all Hyundai brands emerged as leaders in their respective market segments.
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Hyundai Motors India Ltd presently markets over 18 variants of passenger cars across four models, the Santro in the B segment, the Accent in the C segment, the Sonata in the E segment and the Terracan in the SUV segment. In the fiscal year 2003, all Hyundai brands emerged as leaders in their respective market segments.

3. Which is the most expensive car in India?
a) Mercedes Benz S350
b) Maybach
c) Bentley Arnage R

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The correct answer is Maybach.
The high-end saloon, equipped with jet age automotive technology, comes with a price tag of Rs 5 crore. This peerless luxury car from the DaimlerChrysler stable is 6.17 metres long. Its V12 Maybach engine develops 405 kW/550 hp. It has sensotronic brake control electrohydraulic braking system, electronically controlled air suspension, voice-controlled operation, and other high-end features. It also boasts of a 600-watt sound system, a four-zone automatic climate control system, two separate air conditioners. It comes fitted with a DVD player, a TV receiver, a refrigerator and a cordless telephone.
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The high-end saloon, equipped with jet age automotive technology, comes with a price tag of Rs 5 crore. This peerless luxury car from the DaimlerChrysler stable is 6.17 metres long. Its V12 Maybach engine develops 405 kW/550 hp. It has sensotronic brake control electrohydraulic braking system, electronically controlled air suspension, voice-controlled operation, and other high-end features. It also boasts of a 600-watt sound system, a four-zone automatic climate control system, two separate air conditioners. It comes fitted with a DVD player, a TV receiver, a refrigerator and a cordless telephone.

4. Tata Indica has a tie-up with which foreign car manufacturer?
a) Aston Martin
b) Rolls-Royce
c) M G Rover

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The correct answer is M G Rover.
Tata Motors Ltd, which has recently emerged as the number two passenger vehicles company in India, plans to export 20,000 cars to the United Kingdom in 2004. Shipments of Indica cars to the UK started in October, 2003 as per a tie-up with MG Rover and already around 5000 cars have been despatched. As per the arrangement MG Rover would market 'Indica' in UK as 'City Rover'. Tata Motors would be exporting 100,000 Indica cars to UK over a period of five years as per the agreement.
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Tata Motors Ltd, which has recently emerged as the number two passenger vehicles company in India, plans to export 20,000 cars to the United Kingdom in 2004. Shipments of Indica cars to the UK started in October, 2003 as per a tie-up with MG Rover and already around 5000 cars have been despatched. As per the arrangement MG Rover would market 'Indica' in UK as 'City Rover'. Tata Motors would be exporting 100,000 Indica cars to UK over a period of five years as per the agreement.

5. What does FIAT stand for?
a) Fabbrica Italiano Automobili Torino
b) Ferrgano Italiano Automatico Targa
c) Felicia Italiano Automobili Trueno

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The correct answer is Fabbrica Italiano Automobili Torino.
Fiat India is wholly managed by Fiat Auto Spa of Italy, to give India truly world class cars. Apart from the Uno - Europe's favourite car for the last two decades – Fiat Siena and Palio hatchback are quite popular in India. Fiat India is a part of Fiat Auto, the company, which also owns Alfa Romeo and Lancia. The Group is investing heavily in India.
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Fiat India is wholly managed by Fiat Auto Spa of Italy, to give India truly world class cars. Apart from the Uno - Europe's favourite car for the last two decades – Fiat Siena and Palio hatchback are quite popular in India. Fiat India is a part of Fiat Auto, the company, which also owns Alfa Romeo and Lancia. The Group is investing heavily in India.

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