With gov imposing more duty on fuels, citizens face heat while adopting EV

A lot has been spoken about the government’s sudden affinity towards ‘green’ vehicles. The smoldering fire burst into a small flame after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman took it upon herself to impose more duty on petrol and diesel. She said it had to be done so that people will adopt electric vehicles and also because the government is spending too much on importing crude from elsewhere, for India does not produce, or rather drill and mine, its own fossil fuel. Continue Reading

Auto refurbishing industry set to thrive again, thanks to electric vehicles

There was a time when people who had bikes and cars in India were seen with awe and naturally, respected, for they had the money to buy and run those vehicles. With very few vehicle owners, the aftermarket industry was not a great one back in the day, with only OEMs and certain houses present and prevalent. Thus, the informal sector grew and ran successfully alongside the formal sector when it came to the automotive industry. Continue Reading

eTrio becomes 1st Indian firm to convert petrol/diesel-powered cars to EVs

The firm says its brings to the Indian consumers an economical proposition that can help them tackle rising petrol and diesel prices. Continue Reading

Tesla will not be profitable in Q1, global sales to be online only: Musk

The American automotive and energy company Inc has said it would not be profitable in the first quarter, as it offered for the first time a $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan. Continue Reading