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Labour issues hinder GM efforts to find buyer for Talegaon car plant

New Delhi, Dec. 8 -- General Motors Co.'s plan to make a full exit from India is facing a fresh setback as the Detroit automaker has yet to find a buyer for its second and last remaining factory in th... Read More


Carmakers offer year-end discounts to clear stocks

New Delhi, Dec. 7 -- Automakers are rolling out discounts for customers to clear stocks, especially of slow-moving or entry-level vehicles, before the year ends. Carmakers are hoping discounts will d... Read More


Lingering chip shortage plagues auto production

New Delhi, Dec. 6 -- The queue for passenger vehicles now has over 700,000 people in line, but automakers are unable to service the demand, thanks to the continuing global semiconductor shortage. The... Read More


EV body pushes back against allegations

New Delhi, Dec. 5 -- The Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) is pushing back against a slew of whistleblower allegations against some of its top members. The EV industry body said it... Read More


SMEV refutes whistleblower claim on Fame-II fraud, files complaint with cyber cell

New Delhi, Dec. 5 -- The Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles, an EV industry body, is pushing back against a slew of whistleblower allegations against some of its top members. It has lodged... Read More


E-scooter firms roll out exchange offers, buybacks

New Delhi, Dec. 4 -- Ather Energy said they introduced the schemes to counter a likely dip in industry volume after the festive season and will end in a few months The makers of electric two-wheelers... Read More


'Affluent classes still conservative in buying luxury'

New Delhi, Dec. 2 -- A cultural leaning towards building a comfortable nest egg to compensate for future uncertainties rather than splurging on luxury poses a challenge for luxury carmakers in India w... Read More


Car despatches robust in Nov, but 2-wheeler volumes soften

New Delhi, Dec. 1 -- Passenger vehicle makers reported a modest drop in despatches to dealers in November from record sales in the festive month of October, as demand remained strong and companies str... Read More


Pillar of India's auto industry dies after heart attack

new Delhi, Dec. 1 -- Vikram Kirloskar, vice-chairperson of Toyota Kirloskar Motor and the man credited with winning the trust of Japanese automotive behemoth Toyota for its India bet, died late Tuesda... Read More


Vikram Kirloskar, Toyota's India pillar, dies at 64

New Delhi, Nov. 30 -- Vikram Kirloskar, vice-chairperson of Toyota Kirloskar Motor and the man credited with winning the trust of Japanese automotive behemoth Toyota for its India bet, died late Tuesd... Read More