INDUS ITSELF IS BORED OF OLD COURE.Despite the odds, Indus Motor is upbeat on Pakistani market. Ghias says there are ‘short-term hiccups’, but fundamentally the long-term outlook looks bright.
The company has not stopped talking about new products and is thinking of an alternate strategy for its small-car segment.
“We are stuck in Cuore,” Ghias said. “I am going to dialogue with Daihatsu for other products as part of our long-term strategy.”
He didn’t rule out the possibility of going for small-sized, fuel-efficient K-cars, a type of vehicle that has already been imported as used cars in bulk quantity and selling like hot cakes due to attractive prices. “K-car could be one of the options. But they are not going to be cheap,” Ghias added.