Cars in India, India, in particular, are getting increasingly brighter and more eye-catching, with cars, SUVs and vans getting more modern in every conceivable way.

The cars, vans and SUVs with the highest windows, in terms of brightness, are the ones in India.

The government is trying to make these cars and SUV owners even brighter by making them tinted, and the results are astounding.

The new Indian government’s initiative to make the country’s cars brighter has taken the form of a pilot project that aims to make all cars in India more eye catching and eye-friendly, including some with tinted windows.

The project is called “alice,” and it has been launched with the help of government-funded National Center for Urban Transport Research and Development (NCUERT).

The initiative is being led by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, and includes the help from the National Institute of Technology of India (NITI).

The project aims to improve visibility for all drivers and the public alike, and is meant to reduce traffic accidents and improve public safety.

“Tinting will enable the car to become a more attractive vehicle,” NITI chairman K. R. Suresh told reporters here.

The NITIR research and development agency, which is also the research arm of the government, is a private entity that does research on roads and infrastructure projects.

The agency, with a budget of ₹4,000 crore, has been doing similar work on other issues in India and across the world, including the Indian government.

Suresh said that the initiative aims to change the Indian auto industry in a big way.

While the project is targeting the entire car fleet, NITII has launched a pilot program to enable cars to be tinted on the roads.

Tinted windows, Suresho said, will help the cars become more eye appealing to drivers, especially those in urban areas, who can be more visible and make better use of the available space.

The car industry in India is expected to see an increase in sales and profits in the near future, and with more vehicles and more windows, the government hopes to make cars and vehicles with tinting more eye pleasing.

There is no word on when the project will be implemented, but Suresham said that it would take about five years.

As for how much the project cost is, Sendsh said it would depend on the number of cars and how much tinting the vehicles will get.

The vehicles will also have to be equipped with a screen that can be tint by remote control, and also a projector that can show a screen of different size and colors.

Currently, tinting on the cars and vans has to be done by remote, and these screens can only be installed at the car dealership or a certain number of dealerships, S.S. Sridhar, president, NCCUERT, told reporters.

When the project comes to fruition, NTTI will take a view on how it will be used and whether there should be a pilot scheme for cars and cars with tint.