The government on Wednesday put the number of vehicles recalled by General Motors India due to emission norms violation at 1.6 lakh, 46,000 more than the firm had announced and said GM has “admitte

New Delhi : Around 75% of the Tavera MPVs made by General Motors India (GMI), as recently as May this year, were non-compliant with the country’s emissions standards, according to a report by a thr

Germany has enlisted French carmakers' support for a last-ditch bid to delay new EU vehicle emissions limits by four years as it battles to win more time for its luxury auto industry, government of

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.

General Motors India, the Indian arm of the Detroit-headquartered automaker, has admitted to the government that an internal probe had revealed the company violated testing norms and its employees

The hike in customes duty on fully built imported vehicles from 75 per cent to 100 per cent in the Budget 2013-14 has disappointed the industry but given its small size, the impact may not be significant.

Speaking to The Hindu , Wilfried Aulbur, Managing Partner, Roland Berger Strategic Consultants, and former MD & CEO, Mercedes Benz India, said, “the fully imported vehicle market in India is around a mere 3,000 units per annum. If one considers the big three German players — Audi, Mercedes Benz and BMW — fully imported vehicles constitute 7-10 per cent of their portfolio here.’’

Honda may soon follow erstwhile JV partner Hero MotoCorp into Gujarat, with plans to set up its fourth two-wheeler plant in the state, sources told FE. The Japanese company is believed to have scouted for land near Sanand, where both Tata Motors and Ford have set up their manufacturing units.

The move is in line with Honda Scooter and Motorcycle India's target of displacing Hero from the top spot in the two-wheeler market by 2020 for which it has planned an annual capacity of 10 million units across 7-8 manufacturing units.

The U.S.

General Motors Co aims by 2017 to buld up to 500,000 vehicles a year that include some form of electric power in the engine, including cars like the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, a top executive s

M&M, Tata Motors, Nissan, Ford and General Motors going ahead with plans