Aiming to strengthen foothold in the fast growing 2-wheeler market, TVS Motor company today said it would launch automatic transmission scooters and motorcycles from 2013 with 20% better fuel effic

New Delhi: Domestic passenger car sales witnessed a turnaround in November after four consecutive months of contraction, rising by 7% on the back of a marginal revival in demand, coupled with a low

Sees Growth On Back Of Recovery In Exports

The Supreme Court today allowed Chennai-headquartered TVS Motor Co to manufacture

CHENNAI: A Division Bench of the Madras High Court has given TVS Motor Company the go-ahead for manufacturing and marketing the 125-cc Flame, according to a release from the company.

T E Narsimhan & Swaraj Baggonkar / Chennai/mumbai May 19, 2009, 0:45 IST

The Madras High Court today set aside its earlier order restraining country

Maruti Suzuki India on Friday said it was working on hybrid vehicles, which are expected to be demonstrated in the Commonwealth Games next year, as part of a hybrid development project by the government.

Chennai, Aug. 1: Rising interest rates, fuel prices, inflation and the shaky quarterly results finally seem to be catching on the resilient auto industry. The passenger vehicle segment, which has been weathering the market forces for the last few months, registered a subdued growth in sales during July.

PREMIUM BIKE: H. S. Goindi, Head, Marketing, TVS Motor Company, launching Apache RTR FI motorcycle in New Delhi on Monday. NEW DELHI: TVS Motor Company on Monday unveiled the advanced version of its bike

Metal costs, largely responsible for vehicle price hikes, will soon cease to pinch the automobile manufacturers' margins as they become increasingly aware of the benefits of using engineering plastic instead of metals in vehicles. Home-grown automotive players like Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Bajaj Auto, Hero Honda, TVS Motors and Maruti Suzuki are augmenting the use of plastics in engine components in an ambitious effort to reduce dependence on key metals like steel and aluminium, all of which have witnessed stupendous rise of 35-50 per cent in the past 5 months.