Auto companies may inject Rs 35,000 crore to drive up sales
Carmakers like Maruti & Hyundai are likely to invest around Rs 30,000 cr, mostly in launching new products.
It's amber light for motown as demand unlikely to revive in FY21, says report
IndRa has revised downwards its outlook on the sector to negati...
Budget & Auto sector: FM offered nothing to put Motown in fast lane
FM Sitharaman on Saturday did not announce the much-awaited scrappage pol...
Another motown beauty from Mercedes: New GLE SUV launched in India at Rs 73.7 lakh
Since its launch in India, the GLE has sold over 13,000 units.
Car makers to stop BS-IV production ahead of March 31 deadline
Amid the demand slump in Motown, car makers are looking to stop production of BS-IV inventory two months ahead of the March 31 deadline. ET ...
Vroom, Vroom! Motown Beauties That Ruled The Streets In 2019
2019 was the year of high-end cars, adventure bikes and plenty of adrenaline rush. As the year comes to an end, we take a look back at some ...
IndusInd Bank Q3 earnings: Profit may surge 60%, but loan growth may moderate
IndusInd may report 19.4 per cent rise in advances at Rs 2.07 lakh crore, said ICICI Securities.
Prince to be honoured with an all-star Grammy tribute concert two days after award ceremony
'Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince' will only broadcast in April.
Anand Mahindra predicts a happy new year for Motown
Anand Mahindra, the chairman of the homegrown auto group Mahindra & Mahindra, on Wednesday predicted a recovery in the auto sector. "Auto se...
Chinese investments breathe life into Motown
At least half-a-dozen Chinese vehicle makers are expected to pump in about $5 billion into India.
Unsure Motown shelves $3 billion capex plans
Maruti’s parent Suzuki Motor corporation has deferred its $550-million third plant in Gujarat while Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has pushed back plans to commence production from its third manufacturing line in Gujarat. Suzuki Motorcycle India has also put off by a few years its proposal to set up a second plant.
Motown queens fail to live up to top safety standards in tests
In crash tests conducted by UK-based private vehicle safety group Global NCAP, India’s top-selling hatchbacks, Maruti Suzuki WagonR and Hyundai Santro, received two stars and the Datsun RediGo got a single star. The WagonR and Santro achieved two stars for adult and child occupant protection.
How coming disruptions and upcoming trends will reshape Motown over the next decade
Cars may soon be no longer just about driving. They may turn into a buzzing marketplace.
Maruti Suzuki 'cautiously optimistic' over sales prospect in coming months
MSI made most of the festive season and posted a growth of 4.5% in its domestic wholesales at 1,44,277 units in October as against 1,38,100 units in the same period last year. Tata Motors and Honda also improved sales in October from preceding months. Passenger vehicle wholesales in India declined for the eleventh consecutive month in September
Incentives needed to turn around motown fortunes: Maruti Suzuki's RC Bhargava
Maruti Suzuki chairman says monsoon pickup has kindled hopes, asks banks to step up credit.
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