While the global automotive passenger car industry was struggling in 2022, India’s markets were on the rise.
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While the global automotive passenger car industry was struggling in 2022, India’s markets were on the rise. In fact, the country is ahead of Japan and Germany now. We have the details of this.
Production of Hyundai Motor Group models reached an all-time high in the country.
Tractor export boom from India.
2023 Auto Expo1
The biennial event is back and we share a curtain raiser of OEMs and component players.
Road accidents and fatalities
5G will digitally drive the automotive industry.
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