Yamaha India seems to love red, first the blazing red R15 and now the Gladiator. Either Yamaha has excess of red colour lying in their inventory or maybe they want to get push sales of the 4-stroke, 125cc, 11PS, 5-speed bike. The Yamaha Gladiator costs Rs. 46,000 (ex-showroom).
Maruti Suzuki’s money-spinning car Swift has reached yet another milestone by reaching the 1-lakh sales figure this fiscal (2008-2009), while it has recently crossed 3-lakh sales mark since its launch in 2005, the fastest by any model in the highest-selling A-2 segment.
Top R&D teams of Tata Motors and Castrol have been quietly working on a specialised low cost fuel efficient lubricant for the Tata Nano. This lubricant, exclusively developed for the small car, is expected to reduce emissions and ensure higher engine longevity in a competitive business environment.
The all new Suzuki Swift has been testing in the snow, ahead of an apparent Autumn 2010 launch at the Paris Motor Show. UK auto magazine EVO caught the car being tested. Maruti will follow the launch of the new Swift in India with its global launch. From the looks of it, the new Suzuki … Read More
Mahindra South Africa, a subsidiary of the US$ 6.7 billion Mahindra Group has launched the new multipurpose vehicle, Xylo. The XYLO range for the South African market consists of the luxury model, the E8, and the people mover, the E2.
After the Tata Nano, it’s Jaguar-Land Rover’s turn to think small. First shown in Detroit Auto Show last year, Land Rover’s acclaimed LRX concept vehicle is the “smallest, lightest and most efficient” vehicle Land Rover has ever produced. And now the UK government has pitched in, promising a generous grant up to $37 million if … Read More
Bajaj Auto’s ultra low cost (ULC) car, scheduled to hit the roads in 2010-11, is expected to deliver on-road mileage of over 30 km a litre, according to top sources involved with the project. The vehicle will roll out of a new plant in Chakan near Pune. The company believes that this will be the … Read More
Tata Motors has applied for patent protection for over 37 inventions and innovations linked to its high-profile affordable car, Tata Nano, in an aggressive move to protect the brand against imitation in the ultra-competitive car industry. It is also close to filing intellectual property rights (IPRs) claims for Nano in overseas markets. The company has … Read More
Tata’s upgraded Nano budget car is to be rolled out globally. The upgraded version of the domestic four-seater is being referred to by Tata as the World Nano even though the car was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show as the Nano Europa.