Maruti Suzuki is the most profit making, while General Motors is the highest loss making car company in India
Maruti Suzuki India is not only the largest car maker by volumes, but it is also the most profitable car company in India.
Experts at Volkswagen Electronic Research Laboratory in Silicon Valley have been busy developing futuristic features that will enhance driving experience (or experience of not having to drive) Volkswagen Group cars.
Volkswagen has an Electronic Research Lab in Silicon Valley that invents / develops cutting-edge technologies and plays with fire power, kind of like Q’s workshop in MI6.
Volkswagen has listed numerous new technologies to be used in upcoming models. Some of the most important ones include new Electrically-Driven Turbochargers and 10-speed DSG.
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.
Toyota global sales, taking into account Hino Motors Limited and Daihatsu Motor Co during the first six months of 2014 stood at 5.1 million vehicles while sales reported by Volkswagen reached the 5.07 million mark.
Volkswagen is looking at increasing its presence in Indian market by introducing new products in two increasingly popular segments. Compact SUV and Compact Sedan spaces are fiercely attracting buyers; Volkswagen to enter in 2 to 3 years.
In joining Open Automotive Alliance, Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) ensures drivers can use Google’s Android smartphone platform through its new centre console touch screen display user interface.
Volkswagen in Mexico further expands its long-standing commitment to nature conservation and biodiversity here, and has announced its â€śThink Blue. Nature.â€ť programme at its Puebla plant today. Called â€śEco Chavosâ€ť (young people for the environment), the new project encourages participation of 10,000 young people over 3 years.
Volkswagen Group India has sold 5140 cars in February 2014. For February 2014, Volkswagen India reported 3100 units sold as compared to 5200 cars sold in February 2013. This equates to 40% sales decline.