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Renault has launched products that have redefined the segment. Take for instance the Duster that had a waiting period extending into months. Likewise, the little Kwid gave an entirely new dimension to entry level cars and the latest product to do is the Triber. The French car marker has taken time to understand the Indian market but seems to have mastered the art now finally. The company has also made India an important export hub and follows the “make in India, for the world” philosophy. In the coming few years, Renault will shy away diesels for India and will instead focus on petrol and hybrids. They might not stick to sedans anymore but the focus on larger vehicles will be in place. Reliability, features and value for money offerings will be order of the day.