Citroen to launch 4 products in India in first phase. ARPRO AUTO NEWSFEED, 29 JUNE 2020
Citroen has confirmed that it plans to launch four new products in India by 2023 under the C-Cubed program. Citroen will enter the Indian market with the C5 Aircross in Q1 2021. The car will be imported as a completely knocked down (CKD) kit and will be assembled at the PSA Group’s Tiruvallur factory.
Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida took over as head of Nissan in December. Pledges to step down if he fails to deliver recovery
Auto sales may see 25-45% drop in Q1 FY21. Experts say demand will depend on fundamentals of the economy and on how the Covid situation evolves.
Social distancing likely to create positive trend for two-wheelers: Piaggio.
Police to use CCTV to catch overspeeding vehicles on E-way. The police will monitor the time taken by a vehicle to cover the distance between the toll booths to determine the actual speed of the vehicle.
The Mumbai Police have issued guidelines stating that vehicles that ply beyond a 2 km radius from their residence without a valid reason will be impounded. The decision has been taken to prevent overcrowding at beaches and other public places as Covid-19 infections are on the rise.
Renault Kiger sub-4 meter SUV under test in India, to launch by Diwali 2020. The Kiger will be based on the CMF-A+ platform. It cxould be powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged engine paired to a manual or an AMT.
MG Hector Plus has been officially listed on the MG India website before launch. The Hector Plus is based on the regular Hector but comes with three rows of seats and separate captain seats in the second row.
Ashok Leyland’s FY2020 profit slumps on subdued demand
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