The roll-out of GenX Nano was the 38th launch overall for sales and marketing veteran Mayank Pareek, president (passenger vehicle business unit), Tata Motors. However, the industry is not yet come out completely of the woods.
The Tata group will double the number of its active patents to 4,000 in the next three years as chairman Cyrus Mistry eyes a market capitalisation comparable with the 25 most valuable companies in the world.
Car sales in India rose by 18.14 per cent in April, the fastest rate of growth in 30 months, as the auto industry continued its journey on the road to recovery riding on improved consumer sentiments, new models and favourable fuel prices.
Adopting a segregated brand and product approach to address both personal and commercial usage segments, Tata Motors has decided that only old car brands, starting with Indica and Indigo, will ply in taxi segment as it looks for a stronger presence in
With Gujarat all set to become a global automotive hub, its obvious that component manufacturers are betting big on the state, which is expected to attract an investment of around Rs 10,000-15,000 crore from autocomponent suppliers alone in the coming