After a seven-year hiatus, Honda Motor is returning to the F-1 circuits next year, resolving to win more races — and learn how to build “greener” cars.

Honda is particularly aiming to turn exhaust gas that is mostly wasted in F-1 or conventional cars into energy. It is technology that Honda’s F-1 chief, Yasuhisa Arai, says could give Honda an edge with its mass-market cars.

The Gujarat government is yet to initiate a probe into the violation of testing norms by American carmaker General Motors in India despite instructions from the central government in November last

Auto major Tata Motors and Canada's Westport Innovations today launched a spark-ignited natural gas engine meant for use in medium commercial vehicles.

The new engine features the Westport WP580 Engine Management System (EMS) and is designed to support various configurations.

The latest models launched at the 12th Auto Expo 2014 are by now common knowledge among vehicle enthusiasts but few are aware that IIT Delhi has successfully tested India’s first biogas fuelled passenger car.

Compressed biogas was tested on a regular CNG car for over 15,000km. The best news was for the environment — the emissions were lower than CNG. Also, existing CNG vehicles need not undergo any modification to be compatible to CBG.

Solar powered vehicles like scooters, three-wheelers and cars will be exhibited at the Auto Expo-2014

A China-based solar-powered scooter and car maker is eyeing the Indian market by showcasing its products at an auto exhibition here this week, a company official said Tuesday.

Motorcycles, Scooters to get costlier by . 1,500-10,000

The government is set to drive in stricter emission norms for two-wheelers which will make motorcyles and scooters less polluting but costlier by . 1,500-10,000. New emission norms for two wheelers to be sold in the country from 2015 have been finalised and will be notified shortly, a senior government official told ET. “We have carefully scrutinised the requirements for the Indian market.

Thimphu: Bhutan has drawn up ambitious plans to replace its taxis and government vehicles with electric cars in a bid to make the national capital Thimpu an electric vehicles hotspot and emerge as

New variant of Nano comes with an Engine Management System for switching between CNG and gasoline fuel systems

Auto major Tata Motors today launched a new version of its small car Nano, which has dual fuel option of petrol and CNG, priced between Rs 2.40 lakh and Rs 2.65 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Electric cars are capable of leaving race cars in the dust as it can zip from 0 to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds.

With its gas saving features and zero emissions, electric cars is fast becoming the next best thing to high end gasoline-powered cars.
Electric cars now have the ability to reach blazing speeds that rival the 0-to-60 performance of a typical Porsche or BMW, and compete on some racecourses with the world's best gasoline-powered cars.

Company is expecting to begin production of Tavera BSIV variant by next summer after receiving approval

General Motors (GM) India today said it is closely working with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on the issue of violations of emission norms by its multi-purpose vehicle Chevrolet Tavera and said it has received approval for Tavera BSIII model and will soon begin production.