Two terse press releases on their global website, a few frantic calls of ‘concern’, a couple of emails of shock and disbelief and by and large a Buddhist demeanour of whatever happens, happens for the best. Read more

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For now, BMW is ahead of Audi by 457 cars in the first half of this year. And Audi that recently dislodged Mercedes to become the prime suspect for BMW for the number 1 slot is ahead of the Stuttgart based firm by another 673 cars. In a luxury car industry that is worth around 30,000 cars a year, that means one good quarter and any of the three can come out on top by the end of this year. Read more

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It was the biggest story of 2011. So much so, that any blog or article that mentioned the two cars in the same breath immediately drew traffic and any television show that featured the two together attracted TRPs. But that was last year and much water has flowed down the yamuna since then. Read more

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