Reasons why automakers should adopt tyres with soundproofing foams

One of the most important inventions of mankind is the wheel and even today, engineers are finding ways to make it better for the entire automotive world depends on it. Funnily enough, the whole host of technological advancements that make cars and bikes faster and safer today, will be of no use if the wheels and tyres are not able to transfer power made by the car’s powertrain and provide grip. Continue Reading

Toyota & Subaru join in mega Japanese EV tie-up

Both Subaru and Toyota believe it is necessary to pursue a business model that goes beyond convention, crossing over industrial boundaries together with various types of other entities that share their aspirations. Continue Reading

FCA, Renault merger dropped, France’s political conditions remain unfavourable

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said he wanted a board meeting next Tuesday after a trip to Japan scheduled for the weekend, a source close to Renault said, AFP reported. Continue Reading

Rolls-Royce aims record sales with Rs 6.95 cr Cullinan SUV launch

With the BMW-owned British brand selling 4,107 units globally last year, a growth of 22 per cent, the brand expects further success with the Cullinan, said David Kim, regional sales manager, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Asia Pacific. Continue Reading

Autonomous systems will gradually enter CV market: Tata Motors

Following the success of their entry-level small commercial vehicle (SCV), the Ace, Tata Motors launched the Intra, the first compact truck in the country according to the company’s claims, in Chennai. Continue Reading

Reasons why concept cars are inevitable

The life of a concept car is quite the story of hogging the limelight and losing their purpose of existence once their job is done. Despite this very brief stint, concept cars are inevitable and carmakers famously spend millions to make and display them on their stands at a famous motorshow. Continue Reading

New technology adopted to compensate rising weight of cars

adding excessive weight in the name of safety has made cars heavier and that means bigger brakes are needed. But here is the catch, more weight means cars will not give more economy and will produce more emissions. So what do carmakers do? They reduce weight by using alloys, try different manufacturing methods and even different components altogether. Continue Reading

Ducati launches updated scrambler ranger in India from Rs 7.89L

According to Ducati, the latest versions incorporate new aesthetics and are loaded with technical features including a L-Twin, Desmodromic distribution, tow valves per cylinder, air-cooled 803 cc engine, which delivers 49 lb-ft (67 Nm) of torque. Continue Reading

Why is it wrong to use phone while driving but okay to use infotainment systems?

If safety has been given such importance, then why hasn’t the government stopped carmakers from installing touchscreen infotainment systems? Or, to be blunt, why haven’t lawmakers regulated it? Continue Reading