Japanese car major Honda will infuse a fresh investment of INR 2,500 Crore into it’s India operations. This will be deployed with a view to double its production capacity to 2.4 Lakh units annually, as it drives in new models into the Indian market. The fresh investment will go into a new car assembly and diesel engine component production line at Tapukara in Rajasthan’s Alwar district. The new plant will be operational by 2014 and will be Honda’s second manufacturing facility in the market. The company’s current manufacturing facility is based out of Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh. Honda also said it plans to roll out a new generation Jazz next year. Their new foray into the diesel powered sedan market with their new car “Amaze” has also been received well by all and sundry. This is Honda’s first ever diesel powertrain to be introduced anywhere in the world.