While India is still advertised as the fastest growing economy in a pandemic-hit world, long-term investment flows in on the basis of the strength of the brand
Suchetana Ray - July 29, 2022
Automakers’ Green H2 Challenge
First, Centre wanted auto companies to move from Bharat IV to Bharat VI, then it expected them to invest in EVs. Now it wants them to chase hydrogen-powered vehicles. Is the cost of a green India only to be borne by the auto sector?
Neeraj Thakur - May 28, 2022
Under Technological Siege
The future of India’s automobile industry hinges on how it deals with changing technology, rising raw material costs, weak income growth of consumers and disruptions in the supply chain
Neeraj Thakur - December 31, 2021
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
Is there more upside in Tata Motors from its current price of ₹330?
The automobile major has seen a spurt in FY21 sales volume across cars and trucks. Will it sustain?
February 16, 2021
Tata Motors’ passenger cars swerve back into the race, but need someone to ride shotgun
The company’s passenger vehicle business seems to be on an impressive rebound in H1FY21. Now, it needs a reliable partner
V Keshavdev - November 20, 2020
Driving to E-ndependence
With its electric motors, this Pune-based start-up hopes to free an electric India from imports
Hari Menon - November 06, 2019
A spanner has been thrown in the auto industry works and it is cause for concern
August 22, 2019
The independent market expert believes a strong PV line-up and a robust plan for JLR could turn up trumps for Tata Motors
April 04, 2019
Auto ancillaries and manufacturers in Chakan remain cautiously optimistic of demand uptick despite local challenges and sluggish sales
Shruti Venkatesh - January 31, 2019