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Renault unveils the Kwid

Renault unveils the Kwid

Leading European automobile manufacturer, Renault revealed its all new global product ‘Kwid’ today in Chennai, India. The 800cc car is the first to be built on the CMF-A platform and Renault in India will be addressing the small car segment which currently accounts for about 25 percent of the total industry volume. The car, having SUV

Tata Motors launches the GenX Nano

  In a bit to attract the youth Tata Motors has launched GenX Nano range, a new compact, feature-rich hatchback for the trendy, youthful, bold and stylish customer. The new GenX Nano comes with advanced technological features which strengthens its value proposition, making it the perfect city car. The GenX Nano will be available for

Toyota takes Fuel Cell Research to Nano-Particle Level

Millionth-of-a-millimetre performance scrutiny When it comes to securing the best performance from its hydrogen fuel cell technology, Toyota’s scrutiny is reaching unprecedented levels with a new monitoring system that plots the behaviour of nanometre-sized – one-millionth of millimetre – particles. The focus of its research is the way in which platinum in the fuel cell

Hyundai Chairman meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Hyundai Motor Group’s Chairman Mong-Koo Chung met with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi today to exchange ideas on Korea-India’s auto industry’s cooperation and mutual development.  India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has promoted market-friendly policies to boost growth in India’s economy. India’s auto industry’s annual sales have increased 3.2 percent under Modi’s strong leadership, this year

Electric-car twins join the Bosch fleet

Spotting a test vehicle, equipped as they are with measurement devices, sensors, and instruments, is usually pretty easy. But that’s not the case for the new Model S Teslas that recently joined the Bosch fleet. Both these test vehicles are helping engineers further refine automated driving. But at first glance, it’s hard to tell them

Navistar Opens Proving Grounds In New Carlisle

Navistar, Inc. has announced the opening of the its proving grounds in New Carlisle, Indiana where the company will test its entire portfolio of products:  Class 5-8 commercial trucks, school buses and military vehicles. Recently purchased from Robert Bosch LLC, the 668-acre site includes a three-mile paved and banked oval with several additional testing capabilities:

Mobility Solutions sector continues strong growth

The Bosch Group’s largest business sector, Mobility Solutions, continues to grow strongly. After adjusting for exchange-rate effects, the sector’s sales grew 7 percent in the first quarter of 2015. Nominal sales growth was as high as 13 percent1). “Technologically and internationally, our position is so good that we will again grow significantly faster than the market this

Continental continues to expand Software and Systems Expertise

The Continental Corporation is building as advertised consistently its systems and software expertise for solutions in the automotive industry. The international automotive supplier buys the Elektrobit Automotive GmbH based in Erlangen. Elektrobit Automotive  is part of the Finnish Elektrobit Corporation, which is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki.The company specializes in highly innovative software solutions

Lear Plans to Open Automotive Seat Cover Plant in Macedonia

Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical distribution systems has announced that its plans to open a new automotive plant to produce seat covers in Gostivar, Macedonia, in summer 2015.  Serving all major European automotive manufacturers, Lear’s new facility will initially employ approximately 300 people, with an emphasis on leather and fabric