Who will break the EV jinx? Carmakers or the buyers?
Globally, carmakers are driving into an electric age. In India, companies are waiting for customers to buy and customers are waiting for value for money
Shruti Sonal - July 06, 2021
‘Cash flows will go down... but the collateral will not depreciate’
Mahindra Financial Services' Ramesh Iyer shares his insights on how the industry is tackling the coronavirus crisis
Krishna Gopalan - April 09, 2020
A spanner has been thrown in the auto industry works and it is cause for concern
August 22, 2019
"Never mortgage your future to tide over a crisis"
Pawan Goenka, MD of Mahindra & Mahindra, talks to Outlook Business on the necessity of investing in the company even during a slowdown
December 10, 2019
Mahindra and Mahindra revives a cult icon to reverse its fortune
November 21, 2018
After sluggish growth during the past two months, passenger vehicle sales are expected to see a revival in the upcoming festive season
Shruti Venkatesh - September 26, 2018
Driving On Empty
If a sense of urgency is missing among automakers in taking electric seriously, it is because of the huge investments that have already gone into making conventional cars
N Mahalakshmi - June 19, 2018
Keeping the flock happy
Automobile companies are building alternate revenue streams for their dealers. Is this enough to drive competition away?
Himanshu Kakkar - June 27, 2016