BMW India has launched the new updated version of second-generation BMW X1. Locally produced at BMW Group Plant Chennai, the car is available in BS VI diesel and petrol variants at all BMW dealerships across India. Continue Reading
Tirupur headquartered CK Motors Pvt Ltd., in joint venture with ‘PURE EV’, has unveiled electric motorcycles and bicycles in the market in Chennai. Continue Reading
Ford announced the introduction of 2020 Figo, Freestyle & Aspire at attractive price points. Fully-equipped with Bharat Stage VI emission norms, the 2020 lineup delivers on Ford’s promise to ensure the power of choice to customers by continuing both petrol and diesel engines across all variants and models Continue Reading
To drive home the significance of safer and saner roads, Ford India launched several unique initiatives, that include a comic book Discover More with Ford, recently. Continue Reading
The country’s largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp today said its manufacturing plants have been shut for four days till 18 August as part of annual routine and also to adjust production in line with current market demand.
In a regulatory filing, Hero MotoCorp said its manufacturing facilities will be closed from 15 to 18 August.
If you are a person who grew up in the late 90s and during the infant stages of the 21st century, then you would have all too often heard about the world running out of fossil fuel. Believe me or not, it is the first critical moment after which the world went crazy about emissions and subsequently began the impetus to build electric vehicles that are badged clean by those who do not use their brain. Continue Reading
Bajaj says the bike has been designed keeping in mind riding condition in all kinds of terrain and hence it comes with semi-knobby tyres, raised ground clearance, bigger crash guards and tuned suspension. The bike has a 115cc DTSi engine that churns out 8.6 PS power…. Continue Reading
German auto giant Volkswagen (VW) pulled the plug and ended the production of the iconic Beetle only recently, with the last car rolling of a factory in Puebla, Mexico. The car that was called the ‘Bug’, and a few other names, fondly over the years across the globe, was nothing sort of extraordinary when it came in the 1930s. It took the automotive world by storm and even today, the cars that run on the road stay true to their origins. Continue Reading
Volvo Car India registered a 11 per cent increase in sales in the first half of 2019. The company sold 1159 units between January to June 2019 against 1044 units in January to June 2018. Sales contribution from Mini Metros and Tier-I towns and a good demand for the SUV range aided the growth, said a press release. Continue Reading
The 12th edition of Automotive Engineering Show (AES) that is ongoing in Chennai has seen some of the biggest names from the industry demonstrating technical advancements. Continue Reading