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India wants to drastically increase its electric vehicle production in order to meet its 2030 goals, but still lags behind in adoption
REUTERS - The Nifty ended little changed on Tuesday after hitting a third consecutive high earlier in the day, as investors turned cautious ahead of key corporate results including from Wipro Ltd and Axis ...
Let’s say you’re looking to step up your game on the suburban boulevard known as your cul-de-sac with a new luxury, crossover SUV. Lucky for those buyers a new mid-size luxury crossover SUV has been stalking suburban subdivisions and upscale shopping centers like the Westchester Mall near New York City. Have you seen the relatively newish 2017 Jaguar (TTM) F-Pace S?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kicked off India’s race to turn all new passenger car sales electric by 2030. The largest order has gone to a company that hasn’t commercially started producing the vehicles....
India's Tata conglomerate is interested in bidding for state-owned Air India as the group needs to increase the sizes of its aviation business, its boss told television channel CNBC TV18 in an interview on Monday. Tata would "definitely look" at Air India once the government finalised the privatisation process, N. Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata group’s holding company Tata Sons, told the channel.
REUTERS - Indian shares closed higher for a third straight session on Tuesday as automakers such as Tata Motors Ltd gained on strong monthly sales, while investors shifted their focus to the Reserve Bank ...
The Indian government on Friday said it will buy 10,000 electric cars from Tata Motors Ltd to start replacing petrol and diesel variants being used by its agencies. The total number of vehicles used by government agencies is around 500,000. Tata Motors will supply the cars in two phases starting in November.
Tata Motors Ltd. won an India government order for 10,000 electric cars as the country makes efforts to reduce emissions and curb fuel imports.
Jaguar Land Rover pulled the plug on a 2008 agreement with Ford Motor Co. to supply gasoline engines from a facility in Wales, compounding the struggles the U.K. plant already faces due to uncertainty ...
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will stop sourcing petrol engines from Ford's plant in Bridgend, Wales, after ending its current contract earlier than expected in 2020, creating uncertainty over around 750 jobs. "We have informed our unions that Jaguar Land Rover intends to end our petrol engine supply arrangement slightly earlier than expected in late 2020," Ford said in a statement.
The U.K. automaker is seeking to buy other brands to diversify the range of vehicles it sells, as well as to boost emerging technology initiatives. Fiat Chrysler and Volkswagen could shed
Jaguar Land Rover, the luxury unit of Tata Motors Ltd., is scouting for acquisitions of international automakers amid rising competition in the industry, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Tata Motors Ltd., the owner of luxury car brands Jaguar Land Rover, is building a war chest that will allow it to expand its business and acquire rivals.
Almost a year after a boardroom coup forced Cyrus Mistry’s ouster as chairman of India’s largest conglomerate, a court has revived his case alleging holding company Tata Sons Ltd. mismanaged group firms....
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Ford and Lyft are developing self-driving cars together. These autonomous cars will then be available on Lyft’s network. Ford has been criticized for not developing self-driving cars fast enough. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Rick Newman and Justine Underhill figure out if this move makes fiscal sense or if it’s a desperate move by Ford.
Jaguar Land Rover Is looking to push the pedal to the metal - with Bloomberg reporting the luxury auto unit of India's Tata Motors is looking to acquire an international automaker