Tata Motors to tap JLR synergy for SUVs
The firm, which on Monday launched the all-new Safari SUV with introductory prices ranging from Rs 14.69 lakh to Rs 21.45 lakh, is seeking to build on the legacy of the Safari brand which “has played a leading role in shaping the Indian SUV market”.
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Renault India eyes podium for Kiger SUV, aims to sell up to 7,000 units a month
With the incremental volumes from the Kiger, Renault hopes to break into the group top-five vehicle makers in the country in the coming two years. Priced at Rs 5.45 lakh to Rs 9.55 lakh ex-showroom, Kiger will take on already established players Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon and Nissan Magnite, among others.
Renault's SUV Kiger priced between Rs 5.45-9.55 lakh; Booking opens today
Kiger will come with two engine options -- 1-litre Energy and 1-litre Turbo with 2 pedal offerings on each of the engine-- and will be available in four trims - RXE, RXL, RXT and RXZ, according to the company.
How Tesla’s entry can disrupt the nascent electric vehicles space in India
Tesla’s entry will coincide with the launch of luxury electric cars from several global majors who are familiar with the country.
Tata Motors launches Founders Edition of new Forever cars, SUVs for employees
Designed as a tribute to JRD Tata, who founded the company in 1945 as a locomotive manufacturer, these select vehicles will also carry a signature of JRD as well, a Tata Motors spokesperson said.
Delhi transport dept issues notice to Tata Motors over complaint from e-car owner
The notice has directed the OEM to depute its representative to appear before a transport department officer at 12 noon on February 15.
Tata Motors board meeting today
Tata Motors has significantly improved it brand equity and image in domestic passenger vehicles especially after the launch of the Nexon, says Mitul Shah , Head of Research, Reliance Securities.
Headhunters approach Tata Motors to find successor to Guenter Butschek
Tata Motors has had a history of expats in key positions, including group CEO Carl Peter Forster. This time, though, Tata Motors may appoint an Indian CEO, according to people aware of the matter.
Indian car market may post record 30% growth in 2021 on low base
A laggard among the top 10 global passenger vehicle markets in 2020 after one of the most stringent and prolonged lockdowns in the world to contain Covid-19, India is expected to be among the fastest growing this year, probably only next to the US.
Tata Motors' bet on new models, safety pays dividend in 2020
Tata Motors sold more than 170,000 passenger vehicles in 2020, growing by 11% over the previous year when the wider market declined by 17% to 2.9 million units. The company gained 180 basis points market-share to corner 7% of the market by the end of the year - its highest since 2012.
Amid pandemic and border tensions, MG Motor outshines its rivals in India
Sales of the only Chinese carmaker in India were expected to take a hit due to adverse consumer sentiment after border tension between the two countries. However, the British heritage of the MG brand ensured its sales growth.
Tata Nexon EV crosses 2,000 sales mark in record time of three months
After rolling out the 1000th Nexon EV in August this year, the compact SUV clocked in another 1,000 sales units in a record time of three months, the company said. The Nexon EV has emerged as the best-selling electric car in the country, the automaker added.
Indian carmakers beat their foreign counterparts in vehicle crash safety
In fact, Indian automakers were the only ones to score 5 stars on a scale of 5 for adult occupant safety in the event of a high-speed collision. “Global NCAP is neutral in terms of origin of different car companies. But it is pleasing to see Tata and Mahindra do so well in our ‘Safer Cars For India’ ratings,” said David Ward, president of Global NCAP.