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    Maruti Vitara Brezza breezes to 600,000 sales in five years

    The Maruti Vitara Brezza, the game-changing SUV which was launched at the Auto Expo in March 2016, has zipped past the landmark 600,000-unit sales mark. The sales journey to this has taken five years. The Brezza had surpassed the , which means the next 100,000 sales have come in about 12 months. While the first 100,000 unit sales for the Vitara Brezza came up in 12 months, the...

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    Women in the Indian automotive ecosystem

    It was sometime in 2012 when a manager from Nissan Motor Company had visited India to check out what women wanted in their cars. The Japanese automaker had carried out a study with potential customers in Delhi, Mumbai and parts of Gujarat. "Women in India want more features like parking sensors and sound systems, greater comfort and better visibility in their (Nissan) cars," the manager, a...

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    Benelli India opens 40th showroom in Pune, gets first Benelli Cafe in the country

    Benelli, a leading worldwide manufacturer of premium bikes and Adishwar Auto Ride India Mahavir Group, has launched their 40th exclusive showroom, in Pune. The showroom also showcases India's first Benelli Cafe, which the company says is a uniquely designed setup that serves a variety of delicacies and coffee. The cafe has been designed with a Benelli...

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    Ian Podkamien: 'A single Vayyar sensor can easily provide 10-15 different elements to a carmaker, which results in huge savings.'

    The , the Israel-headquartered 4D imaging radar company, talks about the company's innovative Radar-on-Chip technology, improving in-vehicle safety, replacing multiple sensors and helping manufacturers provide unique safety functionalities. Vayyar Imaging has been working with multiple OEMs and Tier 1s. We...

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    Nishant Arya: 'The Scrappage Policy will give a fillip to both the CV and logistics industries.'

    The New Delhi-based The Scrappage Policy, specifically on the commercial vehicle side, would give a boost to the sector and therefore, people are viewing it positively. These are primarily BS-II and BS-III vehicles which would be moving out of the roads and thus reducing vehicular pollution as well. There will be a thrust towards the M&HCV and...

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    Tata Motors expands Tiago range with new XTA variant

    Tata Motors has launched the new XTA variant of its Tiago hatchback, at a starting price of Rs 599,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). By adding an AMT variant to the XT trim of the existing Tata Tiago., the carmaker is strengthening its automatic line-up with 4 AMT options. Commenting on the introduction of this new variant, Vivek Srivatsa, Head Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata...

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    Skoda previews interior sketches of soon-to-be-launched Kushaq SUV

    Skoda Auto India has revealed interior sketches of the Skoda Kushaq midsized SUV, whose global premiere in India is exactly two weeks away on March 18. The two interior sketches reveal generous cabin space and dimensions along with multiple storage spaces. As with other models from the Czech car manufacturer, the spacious interior typical of the brand features a large,...

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    Hyundai reveals new Bayon SUV

    The Hyundai Bayon SUV has been revealed, and it will initially go on sale as a replacement for the i20 Active in multiple international markets. The Bayon is Hyundai's answer to a number of crossover-SUVs sold overseas, starting with the Volkswagen T-Cross, Nissan Juke and the Ford Puma, to name a few. Bayon, pronounced as 'Bye-Onn', is inspired by the capital of France's Basque country, which...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Bosch develops AI-based visual inspection solutions

    Bosch is increasing the ambit of artificial intelligence in manufacturing. The company's special-purpose machinery unit has designed Machine Vision AI, Bosch Rexroth APAS inspector, an application platform for machine-based visual inspection of workpieces. It helps detect hard-to-identify features such as scratches and chipping on surfaces and defects in weld seams. The Bosch Rexroth...

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    Bosch develops AI-based solutions for manufacturing

    Bosch is increasing the ambit of artificial intelligence in manufacturing. The company's special-purpose machinery unit has designed Machine Vision AI, Bosch Rexroth APAS inspector, an application platform for machine-based visual inspection of workpieces. It helps detect hard-to-identify features such as scratches and chipping on surfaces and defects in weld seams. The Bosch Rexroth...

    • 21 hrs ago

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