Chevrolet to source new BS IV diesel engine from Isuzu for the Tavera

The Indian Government has announced that all vehicles must comply with Bharat Stage IV emission norms from April 1, 2017. According to reports, General Motors India is keen on keeping the Tavera in its portfolio even after 2017. It is currently in talks with Isuzu Motor to source a BS IV diesel engine for the Tavera.

It is also being reported that General Motors is talking to Isuzu about sharing engines, platforms and even products for the Indian market. The two companies are also discussing the possibility of co-badging a...

Updated Date: Feb 28, 2016 10:00 AM

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