• Maruti Celerio bookings clock 1000 units per day

    Company claimed that Celerio will deliver class leading fuel efficiency of 23.1 Kmpl and it will replace the company current models the A-Star and Zen Estilo hatchbacks.

  • Petrol price hiked by 60 paise and diesel by 50 paise per litre

    Petrol & Diesel again hiked from today midnight. Petrol hiked by 60 paise per litre, the second price hike this year. Diesel hiked 50 paise per litre this is the 14th hike since January 2014.

  • Maruti Suzuki sales decline in February 2014

    Country largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India sold a total of 109,104 units in February, 2014. This includes 9,346 units for export. Domestic Sales during February 2014 was 99,758.

  • Election is key for Indian car industry

    Rakesh Srivastava, senior vice president for sales and marketing at Hyundai Motor India, agreed that he did not expect demand to pick up before the election, but hoped the situation would then improve

  • Hero Motocorp reports robust sales of 504181 units in Feb 2014

    Hero Motocorp is constantly creating benchmarks in the two wheeler market with their most preferring product portfolio in the Indian as well as global markets.

  • Apple Diving Head First into the Automotive Industry

    Apple continues its research for the world domination with its next big efforts ? iOS in the car. Last year in 2013, Apple mentioned this at Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) but now they have announced its three manufacturing partners - Volvo, Mercedes-Benz and Ferrari.

  • Better mileage from new fuel efficiency norms

    The Government has introduce new fuel-efficiency guidelines for passenger vehicles, it expects that cost of the cars would not increase with new guidelines, at least in the first stage then it will go high from April 2016.

  • Audi may go for price hike to offset impact of Rupee volatility

    Audi AG is piining close eye on the upcoming general elections in India and expecting for a stable government in the worlds largest democracy where the German luxury car makers aim to strengthen its leadership position.

  • Audi launches a traffic light recognition system to avoid red lights

    Audi has introduced the revolutionary Traffic Light Recognition System, It has been designed to make driver aware about the traffic signals on their route with the display in the instrument cluster. This system allows hassle free drive without hitting the red lights.

  • Maruti investors eye legal recourse

    Maruti Suzuki angry investors are looking at alegal challenge to the companys plan to hand over the proposed Gujarat plant to parent Suzuki and may approach the Company Law Board (CLB) soon, a section of the institutional investors said.