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Ford Presents Made-In-India Petrol Engine

By APA Bureau: Ford India has introduced its all-new 1.5-litre Ti-VCT(Twin independent Variable Camshaft Timing) three-cylinder petrol engine. Ford India’s engine factory at Sanand, Gujarat, will take the lead in manufacturing this new family of petrol engines, both for domestic use and export. Ford’s engineering team in India has steered the development of the new

ATE Novi 2017 Presents Trend-Setters For Interiors, Engine, Testing

By APA Bureau: The recently-concluded Automotive Testing Expo, Engine Expo and Automotive Interiors Expo (Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) 2017)held in Suburban Place, Novi, Michigan, presented a one-stop-shop solution for all stakeholders seeking complete vehicle development programmes right from NVH measurement technologies to crash testing tools, durability assessment technologies, objective dynamic tools, powertrain development systems and

Car Market Resilient To GST Sore

By APA Bureau: India rolled out the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in July 2017 to realise the goal of `One Nation, One Tax, One Market’, and to create a business-friendly environment. GST replaced all forms of indirect taxes including service tax, central excise, value added tax (VAT) and central sales tax. In June, the

Achates Power Offers Upgraded Version Of IC Engines

The US technology company Achates Power develops radically improved internal combustion(IC) engines that increase fuel efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cost less than conventional engines. The company has 12 customers whose contracts include different engine applications for passenger vehicle, light commercial vehicle, heavy commercial vehicle, Military, Marine and stationary power. The Achates Power Opposed-Piston

WABCO Launches Electronic Stability Control System For CVs In India

By T Murrali: WABCO India, the leading manufacturer of safety systems for commercial vehicles,has introduced in India ESCsmart, its Electronic Stability Control System for trucks and buses,to reduce accidents and enhance safety. Commercial vehicles, especially the large trucks, buses and multi-axle vehicles, account for a third of road accidents in India. About 84 percent of

Auto Industry in 2030

By Louis Rumao: Disruptive technologies, environmental issues, changing demographics and the economic volatility in the emerging markets make predicting the future of automotive industry difficult. Technology-driven trends will revolutionize the way industry players respond to changing consumer behavior, develop partnerships, and drive transformational change. Nobody can predict the future, still every business needs to plan

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