Lamborghini to Build SUV; Will be Launched in 2018

It was at the 2012 Beijing Motor Show that Lamborghini first showed any intentions of breaking into the SUV/Crossover segment. The Urus concept car left people wondering if the car would ever see the light of production but now after a bit of back and forth, Lamborghini announced that there

Gujarat Police Gets Harley-Davidson Street 750

The Gujarat Police Department today received 6 customised Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles, thus marking the first instance where an Indian police department has selected high-capacity motorcycles for specialized use. The bikes will be used primarily for quick response actions by the police department, including the escort of senior ministers and

Upcoming Diesel Cars in India – Sub-Compact Sedans

With the discerning Indian customer on their minds, every carmaker in the country today is gearing up to introduce their respective offerings in the sub-compact sedan segment - that seems to be observing the most traction in the nation's automobile industry. While several carmakers are already fielding products in the segment,

Super-Luxury Car Makers Bet Big on Smaller Indian Cities

BANGALORE: Days are gone when super-luxury cars were only spotted in Mumbai and Delhi. Super-luxury car makers are now betting for the smaller Indian cities. Affluent population from the cities of Ahmedabad, Pune, Kochi, Coimbatore, Bhubaneswar, Ludhiana and Chandigarh are becoming proud owners of Lamborghini, Jaguar-Land Rover, Mercedes and Audi.

Hero MotoCorp appoints Shobana Kamineni as director

NEW DELHI: The country's largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorpBSE 1.42 % today appointed Shobana Kamineni, Executive vice-Chairperson of Apollo Hospitals EnterpriseBSE -0.44 %, as a Director on its board. "Shobana Kamineni has been appointed as Director on the Board of the company with effect from March 27, 2015 in the

Would Modi Budget smoothen the Auto Industry’s bumpy ride?

For most part of the year 2014, auto industry witnessed a slow growth which was mainly attributable to overall economic slowdown, sluggish consumer sentiments, high inflation, high interest rates and poor infrastructure. Towards end of year 2014, while the Auto industry was showing signs of revival through increase in sales,