Pawan Goenka, Executive
Director, M&M Ltd PAUL NORONHA
Pawan Goenka, Executive Director, M&M Ltd PAUL NORONHA

Goenka impressed with Korean commitment


Tivoli compact SUV has the potential to be a gamechanger, he believes »

China, US are the new frontiers for SsangYong

Yoo-iI Lee, CEO, SsangYong Motor


The company aims to be among the big automobile brands by 2020 »

VE Commercial bets big on Pro 6000 series

All set Philippe Divry, Senior Vice President, Volvo Group, and Vinod
Aggarwal, CEO, VE Commercial Vehicles, at the launch.


The trucks offer best in-class fuel efficiency and superior productivity »

‘Amaze-ing’ road trip to the Rann

S Muralidhar

A weekend at the salt-flats in Kutch, in a car you might have thought will never fit the scenery »

Smart phones on four wheels

Get smart Zoomcar as a self-drive mobility solution is quickly catching
up in cities like Bengaluru.


The challenge is to develop driver assistance technology to make vehicles autonomous »

Tata Motors plots bus script for Gujarat


Ten airconditioned buses are being provided by Tata for the three-day event »

‘Ashok Leyland makes what the customer wants’

VINOD K. DASARI, MD, Ashok Leyland

Having outdone the industry by growing at twice the rate in an extremely difficult market, Vinod Dasari, Managing Director of Ashok Leyland, explains to R Balaji why the company is not undul... »

Ahmedabad BRTS on the fast track


Tata’s Marco Polo buses are the fleet's latest addition »

Activa, Splendor in race to the top

Honda’s Activa .


In the scooter market this year, old rivals Hero and Honda stayed on top »

It’s a great time to be a biker in India

Sabyasachi Biswas

Because 2015 will only continue the motorcycling mania that 2014 started »

The wheels that turned 2014

Amrit Ramakrishnan

Despite the weak economic scene this year, carmakers introduced a clutch of new models and refurbished existing ones. Here is a list of introductions in 2014 that caught the collective attentio... »

Driving up to the banks of the Ganga

S Ronendra Singh

If there is one place where the river Ganga appears to be fresh and clean, it is in Rishikesh. This holy city in picturesque Uttarakhand is not just known for religious reasons, but al... »

Tata Motors hopes for Bolt of revival

Purple patch: Tata Motors will be banking on the Bolt hatchback to continue the good momentum created by the Zest.

Our Mumbai Bureau

The coming weeks will see Tata Motors launch the Bolt hatchback and build on the momentum created by the Zest compact sedan. In the process, it could help increase its market share beyond the p... »

The power of ‘H’ in the domestic two-wheeler market


Hero, Honda and Harley-Davidson are dominating the two ends of the spectrum »

Tatas eye LNG as fuel of the future for CVs

New path: Tata Starbus Ultra on LNG


Tata Motors is betting big on the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel its buses and trucks. According to AK Jindal, Head – Engineering (Commercial Vehicles), the company has carrie... »

Harley revs up global play for the Street

Honda keen on low-cost bike

Bike makers fret as numbers fall

Industry hopes for extension of excise cuts

A Bolt to climb out of the blues

Tata Bolt review

Four years after Hero split, Honda gains ground rapidly

India can do without an unsafe quadricycle, says Venu Srinivasan

Yamaha will build on its strengths this year, says CEO

Hiroyuki Yanagi, CEO, Yamaha Motors RAMESH SHARMA

Murali Gopalan

The two-wheeler maker is set on delivering “truly Yamaha” products in 2015 »

Merc pops the bubbly for 2015 with the CLA

S Muralidhar

We travel to Goa just after New Year’s Eve to drive Mercedes’ new compact sedan. This is what you’ve been waiting for »

Excise duty cribs do not make any sense


Trends indicate that customers will focus on the complete package and not just the price »

Tivoli marks key chapter for SsangYong

Yoo-il Lee, CEO, SsangYong


SsangYong CEO Yoo-il Lee believes in the car’s ‘stylish design and premium quality’ »

Crystal ball gazing: Cars of 2015

Honda Jazz

S. Muralidhar/ V Rishi Kumar

There is a whole bunch of new cars headed to your neighbourhood showrooms this year »

Rollercoaster year paves way for an optimistic 2015

Year of change SIAM shifted the venue of the 2014 Auto Expo to the India Expo Mart in Greater Noida. It was a draining year for the sentimental as the plug was pulled on the Maruti 800 and the Ambassador. Both these cars had cult-level status in India for the last several decades.

Murali Gopalan

The auto industry is fairly confident of good times next year with a slew of releases in the works from various manufacturers »

Plus-size, minus the frills

S Muralidhar

The Datsun GO+ is like an elongated version of the small car. Will this be the one to buy for those looking for a weekend people's mover? »

Mercedes eyes big growth in pre-owned cars business

EBERHARD KERN, Managing Director and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India

Murali Gopalan

12 dealerships across the country kick off Mercedes-Benz Certified initiative »

Honda updates the Unicorn

Our Bureau

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has given one of its bestselling motorcycle, the Unicorn, a major makeover that includes a completely new motor. Aimed to entice the 25-35 yea... »

Thar in Tibet – The road-venture of a lifetime

Debabrata Sarkar

It isn’t every weekend that you wake up in a hotel in Kathmandu and pack your bags for sub-zero temperatures and ready your system for an acute shortage of oxygen. In case you are thoroughly co... »

Hyundai i20 Elite is the Indian Car of the Year 2015

Time to frame a roadmap for mobility solutions

Number crunching for two-wheelers online

Pedal-power: next year's new bikes from TI

Porsche India drives in the new Cayenne

Locally-made Chinese vehicles see low growth

Hyundai on a roll, gears up for product blitzkrieg in 2015

Synergies with the auto division was a critical part of the new tractor’s journey »

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