The sale of the Nano pan-India and financing tie-ups coupled with new marketing strategies such as an extendedwarranty are expected to perk-up demand for the small car, hesaid.
The company plans to invest Euro 1-billion in JaguarLand Rover and product development, besides earmarking anoutlay of Rs 2,500-3,000-crore for the domestic market,Ramakrishnan said.
On the company''s joint venture with Fiat, Ramakrishnandenied that there was any move to call-off the collaboration.
Instead its is being strengthened, he said.
Meanwhile, the company said it is planning to soon startproduction at its light-truck factory at Dharwad in Karnataka.