Binod Nissan opened its second showroom at Guwahati. The facility is located in Adabari. This showroom will focus on Nissan & Datsun Sales and Service Way to ensure better customer experience and create excellence in work.
Italian company Magneti Marelli came to the forefront thanks to its association with Maruti Suzuki. It after all, provided the much talked about AMT gearbox to the Maruti Suzuki Celerio. Now, the Fiat Group-owned automotive parts maker is looking for a larger share of revenue from India. In the next three years, it is aiming for 400 million euros (about Rs 3,000 crore) from the 160 million euros at present.
American car giant, Ford, is celebrating a manufacturing milestone for its fuel-saving EcoBoost petrol engines. The brand, in fact, has revealed that five million units have been produced globally since the engine line was launched in 2009.
McLaren has officially revealed that the first model to be launched in its Sports Series family will be called the 570S Coupe. This V8-powered two seater will show it’s aerodynamically optimised form for the first time in less than a week when it debuts at the 2015 New York Auto Show.
Japanese automaker Toyota has released a teaser image of one of its show stoppers for the 2015 New York Auto Show. The model in question is the RAV4 hybrid which will be sold as the environmentally friendly version of the popular crossover model.
Ford has inaugurated its integrated manufacturing facility including a state-of-the-art vehicle manufacturing facility and a world-class engine plant in Sanand, Gujarat. This will be Ford’s second plant in India and it will begin operations by producing the Figo Aspire compact sedan.
Land Rover officially unveiled the Range Rover Evoque convertible recently. It was shot underground in London and now the carmaker has put the car on test at the Nurburgring.
The India-made Alto 800, Alto K10 and Celerio hatchbacks have been launched in Algeria. The cars have been priced at 880,000 Algerian Dinars (Rs 5.70 lakh), the Alto K10 at 980,000 AD (Rs 6.34 lakh), and the Celerio at 1.141 million AD (Rs 7.39 lakh) respectively and are being brought into the Algerian market via the CBU route.