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Tata Motors to restructure commercial vehicles unit

Tata Motors to restructure commercial vehicles unit

Apr 23, 2015

India’s largest truck and bus manufacturer, Tata Motors Ltd, are restructuring their commercial vehicles unit in order to enhance efficiency and prepare for an increase in sales after a two-year lull.     This reorganisation will involve regrouping vehicles into two groups – those for cargo purposes and those for passengers. This information comes...

Auto sales increase due to rural sales and better roads

Auto sales increase due to rural sales and better roads

Apr 20, 2015

India’s auto sector has recently shown signs of recovery and they may have more to look forward to due to measures announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley during his Budget speech. Jaitley has stated that the government were to set aside Rs 70,000 crore ($114 billion) in order to begin the expansion of India’s road network. Industry observers have claimed...

Ducati to set foot in India again

Ducati to set foot in India again

Apr 17, 2015

After a not-so-profitable stint earlier, Ducati is now re-entering the promising Indian market through its subsidiary.       Top Indian metros — Gurgaon, Delhi and Mumbai — are all set to welcome new Ducati dealerships this year. Owned by Audi, Ducati Motor Holding SpA is ‘re-entering’ the local market with its Indian subsidiary, Ducati India...

How to improve fuel efficiency in India?

How to improve fuel efficiency in India?

Apr 15, 2015

With the depletion of fossil fuels and their rising prices, fuel efficient cars are the need of the hour. What are the vehicle companies doing to meet this emerging demand? How can the individual, at a personal level, help contribute?   It wouldn’t be wrong to say that we live in rather precarious times. Humanity is at a stage where the balance can...

Mahindra Group begin experimentation on the future of driverless cars

Mahindra Group begin experimentation on the future of driverless cars

Apr 8, 2015

Mahindra Group are currently in the process of developing software that will allow for the future of driverless cars. This follows companies such as Google, Tesla, BMW and Audi who have all experimented with technologies that will allow cars movements to be controlled.   The electric car subsidiary, Mahindra Reva, has recently submitted proof of concepts...

Electric vehicles expected to dominate Indian market in the near future

Electric vehicles expected to dominate Indian market in the near future

Apr 7, 2015

Despite being a relatively new concept, eco-friendly electric cars are set to dominate 2-5 per cent of the Indian market in the next few years. Auto major Mahindra has said that this means significant incentives must be made to make them commercially viable.   Pawan Goenka, Executive Director and President Automotive and Farm Equipment sectors) at Mahindra...

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