French car major, Renault, a relatively new entrant in the Indian automobile market when compared to the leading players, is confident of crossing the one-lakh mark in domestic sales this
Suguna Nagesh, a jewellery designer from Bangalore flew into New Delhi this week to search for a "proper" sports utility vehicle (SUV) at Asia's biggest auto extravaganza, the Delhi Auto Expo.
Think SUV think Jeep. This has been the mantra for a large chunk of Indian auto enthusiasts over the decades and the excitement hardly seems to ebb
Hyundai Motors, which unveiled its third generation Tucson premium compact sports utility vehicle, is strengthening its SUV portfolio with an aim to sell 5 lakh cars this fiscal in the
Mahindra and Mahindra has a production ready version of its eVerito electric sedan which will be launched in April. The Mumbai-based auto major also unveiled its all electric sports
Toyota, the world’s biggest car maker by sales, has declared that by 2050, it would phase out all petrol and diesel cars and instead introduce alternative fuel like fuel cell
German luxury carmaker Italian automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) that has been struggling in the competitive Indian market for a while now, introduced its popular international brand, Jeep, in the country on Wednesday.
German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz, which unveiled its two most successful products — SUV GLC and the S-Class Cabriole on Wednesday — is readying plans to introduce petrol engines to its
German luxury car maker Audi on Wednesday launched the most powerful and fastest running Audi ever built —the second generation sports car, R8 V10 Plus — with a price tag
In a bid to maintain dominant market leadership in the midst of growing competition, Maruti Suzuki, India’s biggest carmaker by sales, which launched its much awaited entry level SUV, Vitara