The South American squad played a high-tempo playstyle that the TI10 champions had no way of keeping up with.
Stellantis chief Carlos Tavares expects India to be a profitable market and a bigger growth opportunity than the carmaker previously expected as it faces challenges in countries such as China and Russia. India, where Stellantis sells its Jeep and Citroen brands, makes up a fraction of the carmaker's global sales but Tavares said he expects revenues in the South Asia nation to more than double by 2030 and operating profit margins to be in double-digits within the next couple of years. Western carmakers have struggled to make money in India, a market dominated by Asia's Suzuki Motor and Hyundai Motor with their small, low-cost cars.
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