Volkswagen plans to launch four SUVs in India over next 2 years
The company said it would showcase its SUV range, including electric vehicle based on the MEB platform along with the world premiere of the A0 SUV from Brand Volkswagen under India 2.0 project, at the Auto Expo next month.
New launches draw family buyers back to MPVs, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga drive segment to 35% growth in 2019
Led by a series of new launches, the m...
Festive October a quirk amid auto slump
Auto sales picked up pace in October as more and more headed out to purchase vehicles amid the festiv...
Share market update: Auto shares in the green; Amara Raja Batteries climbs 4%
The Nifty Auto index was trading 1.33 per cent up at 8048.3 .
Luxury car sales in 2019 see biggest drop in over a decade
Sales of luxury cars in India declined by about 15% last year — the steepest drop in more than a decade.
Share market update: Auto shares in the red; TVS Motor dips 2%
The Nifty Auto index was trading 0.91 per cent down at 8192.40.
Steel prices may rise 10% on likely uptick in auto, infra
In anticipation of a turnaround, steel shares have climbed 32-79 per cent from their October lows, in kilter with buoyant domestic and international prices of the commodity.
Precious Metals: Gold, silver slump in futures trade owing to sluggish demand
Gold prices on Friday fell by Rs 52 to Rs 38,830 per 10 gram in futures trade .
Share market update: Auto shares mixed; Tata Motors up 1%
The Nifty Auto index was trading 0.07 per cent up at 8215.85 .
Tamil Nadu youth develops portable house on the back of an auto
It was while doing his internship with a team of architects, who designed high-rise buildings in the city, that the prototype of compact and temporary houses struck Arun Prabhu N G.
Led by Triber, Renault India outpaces market, sole company to register growth in 2019
Aided by the new launch of Triber compact MPV, Renault India has been the sole positive performer in 2019.
Auto blues: Passenger vehicle sales may skid 13% this year
The industry is estimating sales to fall 13% from last year — worse than an 8% decline, the steepest so far, recorded in 1998 — to about 2.95 million units in 2019. This would take the volume below the levels three years back. In 2016, automakers had sold nearly 2.97 million units.
After Market: Autos, financials mixed; raters continue to rise
Here is a lowdown on the movers and shakers of Tuesday’s session.
Tata Nano ends 2019 with zero production
Tata Motors did not produce a single unit of its entry-level car Nano in 2019 although it sold just one unit in February even as the company is yet to officially retire Ratan Tata's “people's car”.
Auto no longer best play on India's consumption story: Sameer Narayan
Global growth seems to be showing signs of returning, says Sameer Narayan.
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