Leading automakers in India with a prominent presence in the state of Maharashtra have planned fresh investments in their various facilities just ahead of the Assembly Elections. The Government of Maharashtra has signed four agreements with four leading automakers to the tune of INR 11,510 crores.
‘World’s Cheapest Car’, tag which is blamed for making the Tata Nano undesirable in India, has been declared as No.1 in the Hatchback category in Brand Trust report, India Study 2012.
Tata Motorsâ€™ showroom in Bangalore has been given a new look with a new format and state of the art features. Inaugurated by Ankush Arora, Senior Vice President, Passenger Vehicles â€“ Commercial at Tata Motors along with Mr. Anupam Misra, President of Concorde Motors, the showroom got a makeover with video walls depicting essential car features, Wi-Fi connectivity in lounge area and a CafĂ© corner for visitorsâ€™ comforts.
Tata Group hosted the Honorable Premier of the People’s Republic of China, His Excellency Li Keqiang at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in Mumbai yesterday. Here the Premier took a look at the Range Rover Evoque and Jaguar XF on display. Late last year, JLR and Chinaâ€™s Chery Automobile signed a JV with an investment of RMB 10.9 billion, and sees a manufacturing plant being setup in Changshu.
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