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Book review: Santro's story, from the driver's seat
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Book review: Santro's story, from the driver's seat

Requires you to share personal information like date of birth, income, location amongst other fields. This information alongwith your contact information will be shared with the partners associated with this program, who contribute towards subsidizing the ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
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Hyundai's first EV to hit Indian roads in 2019

The company will showcase the Ioniq electric vehicle at the Auto Expo that begins next week. Hyundai will introduce its first electric car in the Indian market next year, becoming the first global automaker to do so. The vehicle will be imported in a completely knocked down (CKD) form to test acceptance of electric vehicles (EVs) in the domestic market.   “We want to test the readiness of the market. When the market matures, later on, we will start local manufacturing of this ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

How Shah Rukh bonded with Hyundai

In his new book Santro - The car that built the company, former Hyundai Motor India president BVR Subbu reveals the journey of his company and its enduring association with its brand ambassador and Bollywood star. Excerpts: It wouldn’t be out of place to ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Six killed in car-truck collision at Lucknow-Agra expressway

Six of a family, including two children, died in a collision between two cars and a truck, here on Friday.The accident took place early morning when the car drivers could not see a stationary truck on Lucknow-Agra expressway due to heavy fog and collided with ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Why the world's cheapest car failed to win India's heart

The distinction between “cheap” and “affordable” is a fine one, but no one understands this better than India’s aspirational first-time car-owner, says Kanika Datta. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters Do dwindling sales of the Tata Nano reflect natural market attrition or the hubris of the bottom-of-the-pyramid business model? The latter, the Nano’s brief history suggests. Here is why.   On the face of it, a nine-year run for the Nano appears to be par for ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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