Tata Altroz was launched in India back in January 2020, and it currently is the safest hatchback one can buy in our market, with a 5-star adult safety rating from Global NCAP. Thanks to the high safety factor and the new turbo-petrol engine launched earlier this year, the Tata hatchback is fairly popular among buyers these days. Many of these owners are auto enthusiasts, who love to modify their rides.
The government will take a decision over flex-fuel engines in the next 8-10 days as it is considering making these engines mandatory for the automobile industry, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Sunday while asserting that the move will help farmers and boost the Indian economy.
Lines up localization and assembly of tractors under the joint brand ‘DARSH BELARUS’ New Delhi, India, 14th June 2021: MTW (Minsk Tractor Works), the Belarusian...
Skoda India is planning to launch an all-new sedan in the Indian market soon. This upcoming model will be based on the MQB A0 IN platform, which also underpins the soon-to-launch Kushaq SUV.
TVS Motor Company on Tuesday said it has reduced the price of iQube Electric scooter by Rs 11,250 in line with revision in subsidy under the FAME II Scheme.
Alibaba has said it intends to develop self-driving trucks. The Chinese e-commerce giant will work with its logistics subsidiary Cainiao, which expects to roll out 1,000 delivery robots next year, the firm's Chief Technology Officer Cheng Li said, reported Reuters. Alibaba is one of China's biggest mover of goods.
Toyota Gazoo Racing Team Thailand battled severely adverse weather conditions to take an emphatic win at the ADAC Total 24 Hours of Nurburgring 2021.
Michelin in the Africa India & Middle East region will increase its tyre prices by up to 6 percent on passenger car, light truck and motorcycle replacement tyres as well as up to 8% on both on- and off-road commercial tyres due to increase of raw material cost, global transportation cost and prevailing market dynamics.
India Used Car Loan Market, By Vehicle Type (Hatchback, SUVs & Sedans), By Financier (Banks, NBFCs (Non-Banking Financial Companies) & OEM), By Percentage of Amount Sanctioned (Up to 25%; 25-50%; 51-75%; Above 75%), By Tenure (Less than 3 Years, 3-5 Years & More than 5 Years), By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, FY2027F”
Daimler's (DAIGn.DE) Indian plant has shut its bus and truckmaking unit for three days because of parts shortages caused by lockdown restrictions across the...