Hero MotoCorp annual report revealed that the company is working on setting up a fourth plant in the state of Gujarat. Now, Reuters reveals that the world’s largest two wheeler manufacturer has already started preparing for the setup of their fifth plant in India, even when the construction of their fourth plant is yet to commence.
Piaggio India has launched another limited edition variant based on Vespa VX with ‘Elegante’ badge. Launch price of Vespa Elegante is not revealed officially, but expect it to be in the Rs 80,000 range. Here are specs, features and photo gallery of the new fashion in town.
Orlando, Fla: Hero MotoCorp Ltd is title sponsor of World Challenge 2014. The 16th Hero World Challenge is scheduled between December 3-7, 2014 at Isleworth Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida, and will see 17 of the PGA Tourâ€™s best players competing for a million dollar top prize. Co-sponsored by the PGA Tour, Hero World Challenge raises funds and awareness for Tiger Woods Foundation’s college-access programs and benefits Tavistock Foundation.
A new teaser image, claiming to be that of TVS Apache facelift, surfaced over the internet this weekend. But guess what, the teaser is a fake. In a mail to Rush Lane, TVS confirmed that the teaser is a fake, and nothing but a clever Photoshop job.
Production from Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) fourth plant in Gujarat is set to commence from early 2016 and not from end of 2015 as originally planned. This delay is on account of elections held earlier this year which has delayed work on the plant and pushed commencement of production operations a good five months ahead.
Hero MotoCorp is planning to launch three new products by the end of 2014-15 fiscal, which will be comprised of two new scooters and one new motorcycle.
Delhi: Mission 10000 km is an Yamaha motor India initiative that sees 20 participants take on a country wide journey riding Yamaha’s FZS FI version 2.0 with Blue Core.
Triumph Motorcycles had plans of launching 250cc motorcycles in India, which was reported in early 2013. The British motorcycle manufacturer revealed a sketch of a fully faired single cylinder 250cc sport bike concept at 2013 EICMA Motorcycle Show, Milan, which was bound for India. Now Triumph has decided not to go down that path.