Buckle up your seat belt! What you are going to read next is pretty shocking. Nearly 90% Indians failed to answer the basic question related to motoring. An online survey on motoring showed that only 11.8% cleared the test. Mumbai was second only to ... DNA India, 2 weeks ago
Maruti Suzuki may have more diesel options from its own portfolio of engines to power its vehicle, as parent Suzuki Motor in an advanced stage of developing a new 1.5-litre four-cylinder power plant targeting the Indian market. Suzuki has already ...Automotive Technology, 2 weeks ago
Nissan's ambitious relaunch of Datsun remains just a start, admits Takashi Hata. Photo: New Delhi: Nis san Motor Co. will launch its premium brand Infiniti and sports car GT-R, build a compact sports utility vehicle (SUV), and strengthen the ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago Nissan eyes high-end market, to drive in Infiniti, GT-R sports car [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
October opens with a really busy issue, packed with news scoops, industry insider stories and plenty of exclusive CEO interviews. The Make-in-India movement is gathering momentum and this one's actually an automaker's Make-in-India mantra issue ...Autocar Professional, 3 weeks ago Autocar Professional magazine, September 1 issue preview Autocar Professional, 1 month ago
In the Autocar-Bloomberg TV India CEO On The Drive series, Kenichiro Yomura, president, Nissan India Operations, and MD & CEO, Nissan Motor India, speaks to Hormazd Sorabjee on the challenge of bringing in Datsun, the Indian market and efforts to ...Autocar Professional, 1 month ago We want to be the most trusted company in India. Autocar Professional, 1 month ago
In the Autocar-Bloomberg TV India 'CEO On The Drive' series, Mahesh Kodumudi, Volkswagen India's president and MD, speaks to Hormazd Sorabjee on the upcoming diesel engine plant, increasing localisation, eyeing new segments and platform sharing. ...Autocar Professional, 1 month ago
For India's Motown, August has been a busy month. With the past three months of fiscal year 2015 showing positive growth after a two-year bitter slowdown, car manufacturers are busy unveiling launches and re-launches ahead of the festival season.Economic Times, 2 months ago
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