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VW's Kassel depot: 460,000 replacement parts dispatched from 1 sq.km area
by Volkswagen group 10 Aug 2018

Volkswagen’s No. 1 master depot at Kassel, Germany, permanently stores 460,000 replacement parts for vehicles and complete ranges of workshop equipment for service operations...

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Can the new Amaze give Honda a better midsized sales punch?
by Mayank Dhingra and Nilesh Wadhwa  08 Aug 2018

With the new Civic and CR-V to be launched any time soon, the Japanese carmaker looks to accelerate its sales and increase market share with the new c...

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The smart road to connectivity in India
by Kiran Bajad  08 Aug 2018

The new battleground among automakers globally has shifted to the cockpit which has turned digital due to the proliferation of electronics and consume...

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Tata Motors, the first carmaker to head to Gujarat, is reportedly operating at full capacity after the success of its Tiago hatchback.

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Rather than join the firm established by his famous father, Hirotoshi Honda decided to go it alone. We meet a man who loves doing things differently.

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How secure is the realm of connected cars?
by Sherry C Kunjachan, Quest Global  27 Jul 2018

The unique challenges preventing OEMs from filling these cyber security gaps with a definite set of security practices and countermeasures.

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From air disc brakes to electronic stability control and more recently its Intelligent Trailer Program, the global supplier of commercial vehicle safe...

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A brief report on IRCOBI, the three-day conference organised by JP Research in Lonavala, that handles various aspects of road safety and the latest te...

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Horus Intellisys is a new venture, eyeing the area of driver assistance systems for application in the automotive space, both at the OE level as well ...

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Ashok Leyland recently trained over a million drivers through its training programme ever since it began in 1995.

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Mumbai-based Artem Energy Future has announced plans to develop what it claims will be the world’s safest electric scooter. It has a roadmap for three...

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Economies of scale will lead to airbags and anti-lock braking systems becoming cheaper and their use widespread. 

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Mahindra & Mahindra, with its diesel-heavy vehicle stable, believes diesel has been demonised and will bounce back when BS VI emission norms kick in f...

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Sandhar Technologies locks in on Honda cars
by Mayank Dhingra  19 May 2018

Sandhar Technologies is fast expanding into the booming space of auto electronics in the industry.

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With Maruti Suzuki India, its largest OEM customer, planning to set up a new assembly line at its Gujarat plant by early 2020, Nihon Parkerizing, the ...

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Tata Motors’ effort to win buyers and influence people with a new aftersales strategy is already paying off as it becomes India’s No. 4 PV player.

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Electronics major Visteon is now looking to leverage its global competencies in automotive megatrends with OEMs in India.

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As a measure to derisk its business and achieve future sustainability, Gurgaon-headquartered Napino Auto & Electronics, which sees nearly 90 percent o...

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With BS IV emission norms already in place and the introduction of BS VI less than 800 days away, Kluber believes it has what it takes to make a diffe...

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The software provider foresees immense opportunities with its 3D CAD, digital mock-up and PLM solutions, which help compress development times as well...

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For BMW India, it’s not just about growing volumes but creating new segments in a niche market.

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