Why Ford stopped car manufacturing in India

The US brand did not have an India-specific product, cost, and operational strategy, and this affected its India story.

It is interesting to see how the developed world auto brands such as General Motors (GM) and Ford have struggled to make it big in a volume-driven and evolving market such as India. The recent anno...

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A new Modern Classic Performance Roadster arrives

Triumph's latest iteration of Speed Twin 1200 is here.

The Brits sure have been busy with this one. The latest iteration of the fan-favourite Speed Twin 1200 is here. With the launch of this 1200cc bike, Triumph has expanded its modern classic por...

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Gurpratap Boparai, Managing Director, Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd, has displayed skilled precision in defining the group’s India strategy. What’s next for the group? Read on to find out…

Not one to mince words, Gurpratap Boparai, Managing Director, Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd., has no qualms about calling a spade a spade. In this interview, he talks to T...

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Now is the right time to introduce N Line in the Indian market: Tarun Garg

Tarun Garg, Director, Sales & Marketing, Hyundai Motor India on their expectations from the newly launched N Line.

TOS: The N Line is already present in the US and Europe, why did Hyundai take so long to get the N Line to India? TG: That’s a pertinent question. You’ll see that in the last two yea...

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Semiconductor shortage continues to plague Motown; PV makers soldier on

Passenger vehicle (PV) makers in India are faced with a double whammy as semiconductor shortage continues to play spoilsport vis-a-vis production while OEM’s try their best to meet the rising pent-up demand.

There is already a long waiting period on a significant number of new car bookings across brands, running into four-eight months, and the situation is expected to shadow over the festive season as ...

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