All battery-operated vehicles will have green number plates exhibiting registration marks in yellow and white for different categories, the government said today.
The ongoing nationwide strike by truckers has hit the automobile industry by affecting supplies of parts and distribution of vehicles, forcing companies like Tata Motors, Ford India and Skoda to adjust production.
Maximum speed limit on access-controlled expressways for passenger vehicles with not more than eight seats in addition to the driver’s seat has been fixed at 120 km per hour, Parliament was informed today.
Indian captain Virat Kohli loves luxury cars – be it an SUV or a sedan – and owns a fleet of them. Kohli unveiled the second generation Audi RS 5 Coupe last night.
Four suspected autolifters hailing from Manipur have been arrested, and 13 high-end cars and SUVs, including a BMW, was recovered from Delhi and Imphal, the police said here today.
Private vehicles have been exempted from toll tax on state highways in Rajasthan after the state government implemented its budget announcement from midnight.
The much-awaited vehicle scrap policy was given ‘in-principle’ approval at a high-level meeting at the PMO to pave way for mandatorily disposal of commercial vehicles (CV) that are more than 20 years old from April 1, 2020, an official said.
The Supreme Court today sought the response of five states within four weeks on a contempt plea alleging non-compliance of the order related to ensuring high security registration plates for all vehicles.
Automakers are really investing a lot of R&D, new technologies are being either imported or being developed locally and India is becoming a global market. Our services, certification caters to both global and Indian market says Hemant Desai.
Mahindra MSTC Recycling, the country’s first auto-shredding project, is on track and the first phase of the plant is likely to be complete in February next year, a top official has said.
Automobile industry body SIAM is seeking two tax rates for passenger vehicles under the GST regime instead of multiple rates levied currently, as part of its wish list for the upcoming budget.
German auto major Volkswagen has set a target to garner 3 per cent share in passenger vehicle segment in India, one of its key future markets, according to a senior company official.
Leading commercial vehicles maker, Tata Motors has launched its new BS IV-ready medium and heavy duty trucks with ‘exhaust gas recirculation’ (EGR) and ‘selective catalytic reduction’ (SCR) technologies in Tamil Nadu.
Around four years after the SC restricted the use of red beacons by VVIPs atop their vehicles, the Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to completely end the practice from May 1.
After the Supreme Court banned sale and registration of vehicles which are not BS-IV compliant from April 1, Maruti Suzuki Chairman RC Bhargava on Monday said that they had introduced BS-IV in 2010 and there are no concerns on the switch from BS-III engines now.
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This company will be eventually christened as Tron Motors, a Smartron Company. It, however, did not disclose the investment figures.
The German Space Travel Team intends to complete the 3.85 lakh kilometers by end of 2017
According to a survey done by GlobalWebIndex on behalf of Ford Motor Company, which included over 1,000 Indian participants along with other countries, a number of drivers did not know that their car is less fuel efficient during winters
Last year all 144 students studying the Motor Mechanic Vehicle (MMV) module were employed by Maruti Suzuki dealers. Maruti Suzuki will further expand its association with ITIs from 141 to 151 in 2016.
The AGIDTTR was set up in 2009, and was opened in collaboration between the Ministry of Tribal Development (Gujarat) and Maruti Suzuki.
The recently commenced Road Safety Programme witnessed participation from over 4500 individuals
Ashok Leyland has acquired the LCV (Light Commercial Vehicle) business from Nissan Motor Co and now owns 100 % of the LCV business.
The recent move by the Government of India to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes has had a short-term and negative impact on the Indian automotive industry
IndiaBlueBook has stated that BMWs are most expensive to buy and maintain in the pre-owned market, while Mercedes-Benz cars are the most inexpensive to buy and service.
The Bajaj Chetak is expected to be powered by a four-stroke, air-cooled 125cc or 150cc engine, paired to an automatic gearbox.
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