Priced at Rs 6,999, the Yipli smart fitness gaming mat will keep the kids engaged, and the adults on their toes.
New Triumph Tiger 1200 makes global debut: Biggest Triumph ADV is lighter, more powerful and tech-heavy
Set to be launched in India in 2022, the all-new Triumph Tiger 1200 will be offered in a total of five variants, including long-range ‘Explorer’ versions.
Ather Energy commissions second plant to ramp up production to 400,000 units amid surging e-scooter demand
The second Ather Energy plant will also be based in Hosur, and will have a yearly production capacity of 280,000 units; set to go live in 2022.
Why Hero MotoCorp will not make an electric motorcycle anytime soon, and will instead focus on e-scooters
Given the existing limitations presented by lithium-ion battery technology and high costs, Hero MotoCorp believes pure electric motorcycles are “way off”.
Revolt Motors reduces battery warranty of RV400 electric motorcycle, hikes prices: Here are the details
The Revolt RV400 electric motorcycle is now pricier by up to Rs 18,000, with the increase in price attributed to an increase in raw material costs.
Ola Electric pushes second purchase window again, will only accept new orders for S1 and S1 Pro e-scooters in 2022
Having delayed deliveries for the first lot of buyers by around three weeks to a month, Ola Electric has now decided to only open the purchase window again next year.
With the Slavia in its line-up, Skoda India hopes to clock sales of 60,000 vehicles in 2022 and become the highest-selling European car brand in the country.
In the latest in a series of delays, Ola Electric has pushed deliveries of its S1 and S1 Pro e-scooters by around three weeks citing a shortage of chipsets and electronic parts.
Discontinued in its home market a few years after its introduction, the Honda Navi is now the most affordable two-wheeler in the company’s US line-up.
Top 10 safest cars in India as rated by Global NCAP: Mahindra XUV700 bags five stars in latest crash tests
In Global NCAP’s #SaferCarsForIndia campaign, five Indian models have secured a full five-star crash test rating.
Ola Electric to offer invite-only test rides of S1, S1 Pro e-scooters in four cities from 12 November
While test rides have not begun today as was originally promised, Ola Electric’s test ride slot booking mini-site is live; rides currently being offered only to initial lot of buyers.
Explained: What is a hydrogen internal combustion engine, and can it be a real alternative to battery EVs?
Toyota is pushing the pace on the development of hydrogen internal combustion engines for mass production, but how does it work and is it a feasible concept?
Exclusive: Jaguar India ends local production of XE sedan – Will India become an SUV-only market for Jag?
The Jaguar XE is currently unavailable at most Jaguar dealerships, with local production having been ended; uncertainty surrounds the future of Jaguar’s sedan portfolio.
The fifth-generation Range Rover is based on Jaguar Land Rover’s new MLA-Flex platform and will spawn an all-electric derivative, which will arrive by 2024.
Why the Tata Punch’s five-star GNCAP rating was a steeper target: In conversation with TaMo’s Anand Kulkarni
Anand Kulkarni, VP – Product Line Head (ALFA) at Tata Motors, talks about the Punch’s Global NCAP performance, prepping for crash tests and the evolution of vehicular safety.
Ola Cars decoded: Vehicle retail, service business is the final piece in Ola’s personal mobility puzzle
From simply offering shared mobility, Ola is gearing up to sell its own electric vehicles, and will soon commence sales and service of two- and four-wheelers across India.
Having opened up the IP on its fast-charging connector in August, Ather Energy will now help Hero MotoCorp incorporate the quick charging technology into its e-scooters.
Unlike some high-riding hatchbacks, the Tata Punch AMT is equipped with off-road-focused segment-firsts including a ‘Traction Pro’ mode as well as altitude-adjusted transmission maps.
Along with increasing the price of the Bajaj Chetak, Bajaj Auto has also pulled the plug on the base Chetak Urbane variant of the reborn electric scooter.
The Tata Safari Gold Edition brings a host of feel-good features, but they also make it the most expensive passenger vehicle from Tata till date.