After recording near-zero sales in locked-down April, Indian automob
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Renault and Nissan have reportedly shelved plans for a full merger and will focus on resolving the troubled alliance to help recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The carmakers are cu
ComfortDelGro Corp., a multinational land transport company, has recently announced its plan to install plastic shields as a trial in 400 taxis. This initiative is aimed at reducing contact between passengers and drive
Maruti Suzuki India Limited, the largest vehicle manufacturer in India, has recently announced its plan to resume operations at its manufacturing plant in Gurugram from 18th May. Th
Hero MotoCorp, a two-wheeler automaker, has recently started resuming its retail operations, with over 1,500 customer touchpoints, including authorized service centers and dealers.
Every once in a while, there is an infamous car recall that draws media attention and creates a fair share of controversy. As per the latest news, Hyundai Australia has reportedly issued a recall of around 87,499 cars
As the global automotive sector struggles to emerge from the financial downfall caused by COVID-19 pandemic, Italian sports car maker Ferrari has reportedly managed to bestow next to no negative impact on its overall v
Lincoln Motor, the luxury vehicle division of Ford, has reportedly announced the cancellation of its plans to develop a new electric vehicle based on the skateboard platform developed by American automaker Rivian.
Volvo, the Swedish truck manufacturer and its German rival Daimler recently announced plans to partner on development and sales of fuel cells for powering heavy-duty trucks, as the uncertainty related to the COVID-19 p
General Motors is reportedly shutting down Maven, its car-sharing service on account of the pandemic spread that finally led to its demise. Maven had been launched in the year 2016 but was not made available across Can