Dec 22: Fiat India is mulling over selling its cars to the small Himalayan kingdom, at a time Bhutan is trying to keep away with the use of motor cards to keep environment clean.
The company aims to the double the sales of Fiat cars in the coming year and identified Bhutan as a potential market.
The company has started working for expansion of the business in Nepal and Bhutan and is already in discussion with the dealers in these countries.
Fiat India sells around 20,000 vehicles in India annually. The figures is expected to rise to 50,000 sales in India and neighboring countries like Bhutan and Nepal.