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  • Tata Motors: Strong sales show, but profit skids on Brexit

    Tata Motors’ performance in the June quarter was a mixed show, as strong topline growth amidst record sales volumes was marred by foreign exchange related losses in its Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) business following the UK’s vote to exit the European Union.

  • Tata Motors arm TAL Manufacturing eyes Rs 1k cr turnover in next five years

    New Delhi : Tata Motors arm TAL Manufacturing Solutions is betting big on its aerospace business as it eyes a five-fold increase in turnover to Rs 1,000 crore in the next five years, for which it will invest Rs 100 crore to augment its manufacturing capacity.

  • Tata Bolt to Be sold only as fleet vehicle: sources

    There were high expectations from the Tata Bolt when it was first showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo and then launched within the next 12 months. Cut to today and the tide seems to have turned against the Indica Vista successor since it is now facing possible extinction.

  • Tata Tiago prices rise by Rs 6,000

    Not too long ago, we reported that Tata may have to increase the Tiago’s prices. Tata Motors’ vice president of sales & network, SN Barman, admitted that the introductory price, while competitive, would be difficult to hold on to. Now, Tata has increased prices of the Tiago by around Rs 6,000, depending on the variant.

  • Range Rover: New Tech Upgrades And A New-Dynamic Trim

    In a bid to upgrade its flagship SUV – the Range Rover, Land Rover will be introducing a series of upgrades for its 2017 models which will go on sale later this year in the European markets. The list of changes include optional new drive assistance tech features along with a Jaguar-borrowed 3.0-litre supercharged V6 petrol engine. Not just this, the Tata Motors owned British auto giant will also be introducing a new

  • Auto stocks soar on GST passage

    New Delhi: Auto stocks rallied sharply in the morning trade on the bourses after the the Rajya Sabha passed the historic GST bill, which is expected to lower tax administrative cost for the sector.

  • Sensex sheds 112 points

    Mumbai :  Mirroring  global weakness, the Sensex on Tuesday took its first hit in seven sessions by falling 112 points ahead of key central bank announcements, including US Fed’s June minutes.

  • Tata Group stocks hit hard on Brexit; Tata Motors tanks 13%

    Mumbai: Tata Group stocks witnessed severe drubbing today, plummeting up to 13 per cent, as UK’s vote to exit the European Union spooked investors given the conglomerate’s huge exposure to the region.

  • Tata Motors shares soar 10% on robust Q4 earnings

    Mumbai: Shares of Tata Motors surged over 10 per cent today after the company posted a three-fold rise in consolidated net profit for the fourth quarter ended March 31.

  • Tata Motors Q4 net surges three-fold at Rs 5,177 crore

    Mumbai : Tata Motors today posted three-foldrise in its consolidated net profit at Rs 5,177.06 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, driven by strong performance of its British arm JLR and robust volume growth of its heavy and medium commercial vehicles.

  • Next Generation Tata Nano Spied With New Interior

    The Tata Nano was upgraded last year with a better interior package, an AMT automatic gearbox and visual upgrades that include new bumpers at the front and back. But Tata Motors already has plans to upgrade the Nano even further with a brand new interior that is more in line with the one available in the Tiago hatchback today.

  • Automaker Land Rover to soon launch its first smartphone

    London: In the race to capture the burgeoning global smartphone market, British automotive brand Jaguar Land Rover, currently owned by Tata Motors, is all set to launch smartphones and accessories by early 2017. For this, Land Rover has tied up with consumer electronics company Bullitt Group to develop a bespoke smartphone and range of accessories. “Incorporating iconic Land Rover design and innovative technology into the mobile phone sector with Bullitt Group presents

  • Tata Tiago: Is It the Right Choice?

    After overcoming several hurdles, including a name change, Tata Motors has finally launched the Tata Tiago at a starting price of INR 3.20 lakhs (half a lakh cheaper than expected). Even with its affordable starting price for the petrol variant, is it worth your money? Let’s find out.

  • Tata Tiago: Price, Engines & Specifications

    Tata Motors has finally launched the Tiago (formerly known as Zica) in India. Priced competitively at INR 3.20 and 3.94 lakhs for the base petrol and diesel variants, respectively, it’s an all-new car which sits between the cheaper Nano and bigger Bolt in Tata’s stable.

  • Gen-next Car: Tata Tiago launched at Rs 3.20 lakh

    Indian auto giant, Tata Motors has launched the Tiago hatchback, with prices starting at INR 3.20 lakh for the petrol and INR 3.94 lakh for the diesel (all prices ex-showroom, New Delhi).

  • Tata Tiago Launching Today

    Indian auto giant, Tata Motors, will be launching the Tiago hatchback today.The Tiago has had a troubled run in the industry, even before it officially went on sale. The hatch bore the ‘Zica’ nameplate earlier, which landed it in a soup for sounding too similar to the ‘Zika’ virus. The official launch was originally slated for January 20, 2016 and was later postponed to March. The Tiago can be booked across Tata

  • ‘Dedicated bus corridors will help decongest roads’

    The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport famously known as BEST operates a large number of bus services in Mumbai with 3,600 buses plying over 365 routes covering neighbouring cities like Navi Mumbai, Thane and Mira-Bhayandar. BEST’s General Manager,  Dr Jagdish Patil throws light on major reasons behind decreasing patronage and efforts BEST is taking to improve its precarious condition. Edited excerpts from an interview by Devashri Bhujbal-Velapure. Continue Reading ...-->