CHENNAI: Ashok Leyland, flagship of the Hinduja Group, today unveiled India's first Circuit electric bus at its corporate office in Chennai.

The National Green Tribunal today asked Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, which supply buses to Delhi Transport Corporation, why these vehicles caused noise pollution on roads and directed them to sub

Hinduja Group flagship firm Ashok Leyland said it has introduced a range of haulage trucks fitted with twin speed rear axles and other modifications for enhanced fuel efficiency of up to 10 per cent.

Deployed on 25 and 31 tonne trucks in both 6x2 and 8x2 configurations, the new set of technologies are custom designed for the Ashok Leyland driveline, with the twin speed axle being the primary change.

Company will produce Light Commercial Vehicles in five different locations in the state

It will place orders for two vehicles before year-end with Ashok Leyland

If all goes well, Bangaloreans will soon be travelling in ‘diesel hybrid’ vehicles.
The Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is planning to introduce ‘diesel hybrid’ vehicles for public transport on a pilot basis in the City by mid-2012.

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has informed the Bombay High Court that Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland are not providing them with quotations for vehicles containing Bharat Stage (BS) I


CHENNAI is fast emerging a hub in engineering design, R &D and product development for a number of global players.

THE clampdown on illegal mining in the mineral-rich states of Karnataka, Goa and Orissa has resulted in collateral damage by way of lower truck sales.

According to people connected with mining and truck-makers, sales of specialised trucks and tippers that are used to ferry minerals from pit heads to ports has fallen sharply in the past month by 40-50%.

Saubhadra Chatterji & Sharmistha Mukherjee / New Delhi September 16, 2010, 0:37 IST

While companies have benefited from the Centre