Vitara Brezza, the compact SUV is the first vehicle to be conceived, designed, developed and validated in India by Maruti.
In a respite to auto makers, the Ministry of Steel has assured the industry that it will take measures so that its order making BIS certification compulsory for steel used in the country starting March 15 doesn't hamper production.
The PM has initiated three programmes — Make in India, Digital India and smart cities. Apart from that, he is talking about skilling people.
RS Kalsi, executive director (marketing & sales), MSIL said, "Currently 10 per cent of our sales are coming through the Nexa chain."
We have very ambitious growth targets for Volvo Cars globally. And in order to do that we need to grow in all regions, we need to grow in all market.
If the steel ministry’s order to make BIS certification compulsory, production will come to a stop across the passenger vehicle industry, they claimed.
Auto makers dispatched 2,30,960 passenger vehicles from their factories last month, according to the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).
According to industry sources, Maruti will also showcase the Ignis – a compact car with the design language of an SUV – to take on Renault’s Kwid.
The sales volumes in 2015 grew by 32 per cent making it the consecutive third year of double digit growth for Mercedes-Benz.
Brezza, Italian for “fresh breeze”, will be launched in the Indian market a few weeks after the Delhi Auto Expo, the company said.
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