Govt push for EVs: Italian motorcycle maker Benelli puts plans for manufacturing plant in India on hold
The government is talking about moving to electric mobility, so right now we are closely monitoring the government and its policy," said Vikas Jhabaakh, managing director Benelli India.
Govt asserts subsidy for promotion of electric mobility will be only for commercial vehicles, not personal usage
The government on Friday asserted that subsidies for the promotion of electric mobility in India will be only for commercial vehicles, and automobiles for personal usage will not be included
Electric vehicles: Auto industry to conduct study for road map towards electric mobility; to discuss with govt
The auto industry will conduct a study through an external agency for a road map towards electric mobility amid a push from NITI Aayog for the transition to full electric vehicles (EVs) for three-wheelers by 2023 and two-wheelers up to 150cc by 2025, according to sources
The vision for electric mobility highlighted in Economic Survey is encouraging for electric vehicle (EV) makers and will clear doubts amongst fence sitters and motivate them to come up with new energy products, according to industry players
The next few years will be decisive for Tata Motors and the company needs to transform itself to be relevant in the world of future mobility by forming partnerships, developing new solutions and optimise investment, according to Chairman N Chandrasekaran
Hero, Bajaj, TVS strongly object Niti Aayog's move for all electric two-wheelers, say 'black or white, zero-one change' not possible
Last week, Niti Aayog had asked auto industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) along with conventional two-and three-wheeler makers to suggest within two weeks, concrete steps towards transition to electric mobility keeping in mind the 2025 deadline.
Shares of automakers fell by up to 3 percent on Monday after NITI Aayog asked industry body SIAM along with conventional two and three-wheeler makers to suggest within two weeks, concrete steps towards the transition to electric mobility
'Changing to electric 2-wheelers from conventional mode not like Aadhaar, printing cards': TVS Motor MD Venu Srinivasan
Changing from conventional two-wheelers to 100 percent electric is "not like Aadhaar, not a software and print cards" and such transition is completely uncalled for, according to TVS Motor Co and Bajaj Auto
Two-wheeler makers term electric vehicle switchover by 2025 as impractical, unrealistic and ill-timed
Leading two-wheeler makers Bajaj Auto and TVS Motor Company said on Monday that any plan to ban internal combustion engine three-wheelers and two-wheelers to adopt electric ones by 2025 would be "unrealistic" and "ill-timed" and derail auto manufacturing in the country
Ola last year said it planned to bring 1 million electric vehicles to Indian roads in a few years.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Wednesday said the government's electric mobility programme will promote manufacturing and job creation, besides reducing pollution
India endeavours to take the Rs 11,000 crore methanol economy to about Rs 2 lakh crore in five years in a bid to promote cleaner fuel and cut down on the huge crude oil import bills, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said
Youths between 16 and 18 years of age may soon be allowed to ride electric scooters, move aimed at creating niche market
At present, 16-18-year-olds are legally allowed to drive electric vehicles with an engine capacity of up to 50cc, but no such vehicles are available in India.
We are taking a very systematic approach to electric mobility and will be much more focused in future: Audi board
Mumbai prefers public transport; Delhi offers best roads and parking most easy in Jammu, says report
As per the Ease of Mobility Index 2018, prepared by cab aggregator Ola, while Delhi offers the best surface quality to ride on, you will always find a public transit option near you in Patna as bus stops are at less than 8 minutes of walk.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has also talked about locating a battery ‘Gigafactory’ near the Franco-German border.
Volkswagen's Skoda to build low-cost vehicles based on new platform with first models going on sale in India by 2021
Currently, Skoda produces about 1.2 million cars a year at 15 sites, a number Maier said could rise to 2 million by the middle of next decade.