General Motors plans to turn aggressive by launching six new models in the Indian market over the next 2 years. The company is quite optimistic about the Indian auto sector and as a major player are present in almost all the segments from mini cars to SUV. The American automaker plans to launch utility vehicles, a passenger carrier and one goods carrier, which would be manufactured from the company’s Halol facility in Gujarat. The utility vehicle will directly compete with Tata’s Winger and Maruti’s Eeco and would be made with a joint venture with SAIC Motor Corp. of China. GM India also plans to launch a LPG and diesel version of the Beat as well as a new Tavera, Aveo sedan and hatchback, Sail sedan and hatchback and the facelifted Captiva.