The country’s largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp (HMCL) on Monday announced that the company will invest Rs 800 crore in Rajasthan for projects spanning across verticals like manufacturing, research and development (R&D) and a global sourcing hub.

“We will be setting up our fourth plant at Neemrana in Rajasthan. The company will invest Rs 400 crore for the plant, which will have an installed capacity of 7.5 lakh units per annum.

The country’s largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp today unveiled India’s first concept hybrid scooter, which is being developed in association with a foreign consultant, at the 11th Auto Expo.

Japanese giant to challenge market leader with China-made machines

Hero MotoCorp Ltd, the new avatar of Hero Honda Motors Ltd after the Hero group and Honda Motor Company called off their 26-year-long association, plans to set up two new plants – one in the South

Ahmedabad American automobile giant Ford Motors is all set to become Nano’s neighbour in Sanand, Gujarat.

3,631 acres notified despite no demand from industries
Acquisition of land for industrial purposes continues unabated in Dharwad even as farmers are up in arms against surrendering their land in the neighbouring Gadag district.

ON THE MARK ?Mummigatti village in Dharwad taluk where lands have been notified for acquisition.

THE Hero group will remove the Honda brand name from its flagship products

Ronojoy Banerjee

New Delhi: Sensing the growing potential of electrically-powered vehicles, New Delhi-based Hero Electric, a wholly-owned electric two-wheeler subsidiary of the Munjals-promoted Hero Group, plans to use the electric platform to roll out three-wheelers and other speciality vehicles.

HERO Motors, owned by Pankaj Munjal, nephew of group chief Brijmohan Lall, is in talks to manufacture high-powered bikes for a host of global superbike makers, including Harley Davidson in the country.

Surajeet Das Gupta & Yogima Seth Sharma / New Delhi May 5, 2010, 0:44 IST

The government extended the deadline for implementing cleaner emission norms for two-wheelers across the country, a move that has come as a big relief for auto manufacturers, especially the country