Tata Motors to downsize diesel engines to counter Supreme Court ban

The company has not revealed any information pertaining to when the new engine will be introduced

Overdrive April 11, 2016 19:12:51 IST
Tata Motors to downsize diesel engines to counter Supreme Court ban

Around a week ago, the Supreme Court of India had extended the temporary ban on registration of cars and SUV’s powered by diesel engines with cubic capacity of 2.0-litre or above in New Delhi till April 30, 2016. However, ‘Where there is a will, there is a way’ is an old adage that holds true even today especially for automobile manufacturers in India. Tata Motors has revealed that it is working on downsizing...

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