Tata to take over Ford unit in TN, Gujarat?

Tata Motors is said to be in early talks with Ford to buy the latter’s units near Chennai in Tamilnadu and Gujarat. If the deal is done, it will be Tata Motors’ second asset purchase from the US major after it bought Jaguar Land Rover from Ford for $2.3 billion in 2008. Continue Reading

‘Car prices may be fairly stable in short term’

Prices of cars are likely to remain fairly stable in the short term as the second Covid-19 wave has more or less balanced the demand-supply situation in the past two months, according to a senior official at Volkswagen Passenger Cars India. Continue Reading

Tata Motors eyes top position in EV biz

Tata Motors aims to establish itself as the leader in the electric vehicle (EV) market in the country as it looks to roll out new products for both private and fleet segments, a senior company official said. The company, which sells its Tigor EV primarily to fleet customers, is now gearing up to cater to the personal segment with the introduction of the electric version of compact SUV Nexon which comes with a range of over 300 kms. Continue Reading

Auto industry all set for a smooth ride in 2020?

Battered by an unprecedented slowdown, the Indian auto industry is desperately pinning hopes on the next financial year for a turnaround, banking on a host of new and upgraded models slated to make their way to the market. Continue Reading

Zero Nano cars developed by Tata since 2019

Tata Motors has not produced a single unit of its entry-level car Nano in the first nine months of 2019 but sold just one unit in February in the domestic market although it is yet to officially announce that the model has been discontinued. Continue Reading

Will rural sector buck the trend and help revive auto sector?

ACMA, an apex body representing the interests of the Indian auto component industry, announced that around one million jobs could be lost if the slowdown, that has set in unnoticed last year, persisted. Continue Reading

Electric vehicles are necessary for India: Tata Grp chairman

N Chandrasekaran said the firm is committed to leading the transition towards electric mobility in the country and it looks to closely work with other group entities to create a viable environment for such vehicles. Continue Reading

Auto companies display latest tech advancements at AES

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

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