Fancy a flying truck in your dream? you probably will tonight. Here’s a preview of ‘Advanced Tactics – Black Knight Transformer’, a military purpose flying truck project with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities, tested successfully.
Speaking to Tata Motors employees, Tata Group Chairman, Cyrus Mistry has asked to bring in winning products into the challenging auto market. Mr Mistry said, “every function, right from design, purchasing, manufacturing to sales, will need to work hard and seamlessly to help us bounce back strongly.”
Swedish auto majors, Volvo, have entered into a contract with Bangalore based SM Kannappa to launch a new range of buses for India and other emerging markets. This new alliance will allow Volvo to target a bigger share of the bus market.
Shockwave, the world’s fastest jet powered truck is capable of reaching speeds of close to 400 mph, that is 643.7 kmph, much faster than Bugatti Veyron’s top speed of 408.47 km/h (253.81 mph). Fitted with three gigantic jet engines, the truck was recently seen in action at a car show in Ontario, Canada.
Tata Motors, leading automakers in India, are once again ready to enter Russian markets where they will launch their medium commercial vehicles to include Prima and Novus range, while extending to sell their full range of trucks in the future.
On Friday, Shri Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat, inaugurated a state of the art bus terminus at Vadodara. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Bus Station, the new facility is built on international standards and designed on the theme of a banyan tree.
Tata Motors bagged one of their largest order from Pune City transport service provider, PMPML – Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited. Under this order, Tata Motors will provide PMPML with 550 units of their 1613 CNG buses. Today, Mr. Ajit Pawar, Hon. Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, rolled out the first bus.
Ashok Leyland has for long been a leading name in the Defence logistics segment. With 70,000+ Stallion trucks in logistic operations of the Indian army, reliability, performance and durability gets better going forward.
Daimler Trucks keeps advancing its activities on the Indian market. Merely two weeks after Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) was named “CV maker of the year” in India, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Daimler presented four new truck models of its BharatBenz brand at an event in Mumbai today.