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Festive demand led to 0.3 per cent growth in passenger vehicle sales: Government

"There are cyclical slowdowns in many economies.11.7 million vehicles (all categories) were sold in this year as against 14.1 million vehicles during April-September of 2018.

Porsche plans to electrify 30-35% of product portfolio

Out of the family of six brands, Porsche will offer plug-in hybrid options for Panamera, Cayenne, and there will be an all-electric vehicle brand which may have offsprings later.

Is Nissan on a cliff-edge in India?

The newly appointed chief of Nissan India operations, Thomas Kuehl, has embraced and revitalized the aspirations of his predecessors to achieve 5 percent market share.

End of the road for Tata's Nano? Just 1 unit produced in June

The entry level car developed by Tata Motors, envisaging a safer and affordable two-wheeler alternative to families, sold just three units last month.

Autocar show: Jaguar I-Pace Review

The I-Pace is, simply put, the most revolutionary car in Jaguar's production history. It is the British carmaker’s first-ever fully electric model, and one that sets the course for the Jaguar of the future.

Mercedes clocks production of 1 lakh cars in India

The company has now moved the facility to Chakan near Pune with an investment of over Rs 1,000 crore. Spread over 100 acres, the plant is a part of Mercedes-Benz' global production network.

Inside Maruti and Toyota's plan to completely dominate India's auto market

The Japanese carmakers have also agreed to expand the scope of their alliance in Africa and it involves using India as a manufacturing base.

Watch: Toyota's brand new Yaris

Japanese carmaker Toyota on May 18 officially launched its mid-segment sedan Yaris in India. The introductory price ranges from Rs 8,75,000 to Rs 14,07,000 (ex-showroom) in India.

JLR sales up 11.9% in April

Retail sales for April were up significantly year-on-year in China (28.9%), the UK (25.9%), overseas markets (21.3%) and North America (2.5%) but down in Europe (10.2%), with continuing uncertainty over diesel in the UK and Europe.

Maruti announces service campaign to inspect 52,686 Swift & Baleno cars for possible fault

The carmaker terming it a service campaign informed that Swift and Baleno vehicles manufactured between 1st December 2017 and 16th March 2018 will be covered in this campaign.

Watch: The silent killer from Ferrari

Watch: The silent killer from Ferrari

Ferrari has started trials for battery operated cars. They will start offering the technology in a sports car, its first model that can run entirely on battery power for any significant distance. The hybrid engine will soon be an option on all new models, and from 2020 the carmaker will use it as the sole drivetrain for its first sport-utility vehicle, which Marchionne says will be the fastest SUV on the market.

Passenger vehicle exports from India drop

Passenger vehicle exports from India drop

While Japanese auto major Nissan is manufacturing the next-generation Micra for Europe in France since late last year, Hyundai partly shifted production of premium hatchback i20 for the European market to Turkey.

Volvo may assemble hybrid cars in India

Volvo may assemble hybrid cars in India

The company plans to have majority of its fleet in India electrified by 2020, which is in line with its global transition.

As car-buyers’ love for diesel dries up, Jaguar Land Rover faces a bumpy future

As car-buyers’ love for diesel dries up, Jaguar Land Rover faces a bumpy future

Stricter emission regulations and high cost of new technologies signal hard times for the iconic carmaker.

Jaguar Land Rover tie up with Waymo to develop self-driving car

Jaguar Land Rover tie up with Waymo to develop self-driving car

Jaguar Land Rover and Waymo, formerly Google self-driving car project, will work together to design and engineer self-driving Jaguar I-PACE vehicles.

BMW starts production of all-new X3 in India

BMW starts production of all-new X3 in India

The German luxury carmaker plans to launch the new car, produced at its Chennai plant, next month.

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