MUMBAI – The profile of  India's utility vehicles is changing rapidly as they move away from the boxy architecture of traditional minivans and multipurpose vehicles to car-like CUVs or SUVs. Indian automakers are launching at least 33 utilities in the next 33 months. They continue to be classified as light trucks in WardsAuto data and as utility vehicles by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers. But they are becoming a different class of vehicles. In their styling, ...

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