Sunday, 28 May 2017

Eicher Polaris Private Ltd. Starts Exports with Nepal

·         Especially designed for independent businessmen offers 3-in-1 adaptability for Family, Business, Electricity
·         X-PORT™ - a unique power-take-off feature generates electricity up to 3 KW
·         Pro Ride™ – independent suspension system delivers unmatched riding experience on all kinds of roads

Ravindra Jadeja launches Castrol Super Mechanic contest with exciting TVC

Royal Enfield announces Scramble - a new non-extreme ride format

Royal Enfield announces Scramble - a new non-extreme ride format for its ever growing adventure enthusiast community

~ A first of its kind competitive ride organised by Royal Enfield in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh ~

~ Registrations now open at ~

Friday, 21 April 2017

Royal Enfield opens distribution subsidiary and flagship store in Sao Pualo, Brazil

World’s fastest growing motorcycle brand - Royal Enfield - strengthens presence in Latin America
~ Royal Enfield sets up a direct distribution subsidiary in Brazil headquartered in Sao Paulo, ~

~ Opens first stand-alone flagship store in Sao Paulo ~

Monday, 3 April 2017

Mercedes-Benz India on implementation of BS IV norms in the country

“Mercedes-Benz India congratulates the Government for implementing the much required BS IV norms across the country. We believe it is a positive step and the right build-up towards the promised implementation of the BS VI norms by 2020. With the given emission roadmap, we underline that the introduction and adaptation to the BS VI norms is the only viable option for the entire auto industry. In case of stricter emission standards, Mercedes-Benz India is ready to offer the EU 6 Diesel models that are already in use in Europe, subject to the availability of compatible fuel quality across the country. This will be crucial for the introduction of our very low emission clean Diesel vehicles in the Indian market. We are hopeful that the introduction of BS VI norms will be implemented by 2020 in the same spirit and commitment shown by the Government. For future changes, we hope any ambiguity related to the implementation of BS VI norms shall be clarified within the required timeframe, for the successful introduction of BS VI norms, which will be financially and technically more challenging. This however, will be the most defining step towards addressing vehicular emission and providing latest technology.” 

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

IRTE and Transport Ministry to organize conference on safe taxi operations in India

Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE) in association with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, Govt of India, to develop codes of practice for safe taxi operations in India

TopCar launches Porsche 911 Special Carbon Edition