India’s leading utility vehicle maker Mahindra is continuously testing its upcoming compact offering, prototypes of which have been caught on test multiple times in the past. Codenamed U301, the vehicle has been spied yet again near the Chennai Bypass.
In a bid to keep up with the competitive market, Tata Motors has announced its new policies to improve the company’s competitiveness. As a result the key focus areas will include productivity benchmarking, cost optimization and job enrichment, for a more effective and efficient organisational structure aligned to market demand.
Mercedes-AMG will ring in its 2015 motorsport season in the next couple of days with the new AMG GT3. The track-focused model will make its debut at this week’s Geneva Motor Show.
Unveiled first in Dubai late last year, the Aston Martin Lagonda Taraf is offered only to buyers in the Middle East, until now. Aston Martin has now unveiled that the exotically designed model is being built in a strictly limited small series of no more than 200 cars.
Ford's new compact Figo sedan was spied testing yet again in Gujarat after the sightings of the test mules along with the next-gen Figo hatchback. This is the same car as the KA sedan that was launched for the Brazilian market last year and will soon be launched for the Indian market.
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has announced a 9.7 per cent hike in domestic sales for February 2015. The company sold 37,305 units last month in India, while they had sold 34,005 units in the corresponding period in 2014.
Honda’s radically different Civic Type R is on its way to the 2015 Geneva Motor Show; however, before the covers are officially taken off, the exciting new hot hatch has been caught completely undisguised. A World Car Fans reader has managed to snap the new Civic Type R in all its glory.
Let’s agree that our government comes with some incredible ideas when it comes to making our life easy and better. Some are really good, whereas some really doesn’t make sense, like the one we are going to talk about it in this article.
After years of not-so friendly policies for the electric vehicle manufacturers in India, the new government finally showed some support to this heavily taxed industry. It has allotted Rs 75 crore, for faster adoption and manufacturing of electric vehicles in 2015-2016.