Which can be shocking to many. After a strong run by Mahindra & Mahindra behind Tata, to finally overtake the so named 'Salt to Software' conglomerate in the field of automobile manufacturing in 2011, Tata has now been overtaken by Toyota in the month of Feb 2013. Toyota sold about 1000 more cars than Tata for the period, and is now the 4th largest manufacturer in terms of sale volume. The leaders as many would know are Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Mahindra and now Toyota. In response, Tata has been very aggressive with price cuts across the range of vehicles that it offers. Price cuts range from 50,000 to 80,000 Rs across the Indigo/Indica Family. However no cuts have been announced on the new Safari Storme It has also launched new Automatic Aria at the Geneva Motor Show. What the highlight is that this is a Six-Speed gearbox compared to the 5 speed in the likes of the Fortuner or Endeavour. The engine of the Aria has also gone for a new turbo and ECU, with power being boosted to 158 BHP, from 138, and torque jumping from 320Nm to a whopping 400Nm.