Coronavirus Lockdown: Hyundai Motor India sales decline 79% in May to 12,583 units, exports down 66%
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) on Monday reported a 78.7 percent decline in total sales at 12,583 units in May
Hyundai Motor India launches new version mid-sized sedan Verna; price starts at Rs 9.3 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) on Wednesday launched the new version of its mid-sized sedan Verna priced between Rs 9.3 lakh and Rs 15.09 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)
The auto major has commenced production at the facility adhering to 100 percent compliance of safety and social distancing norms, Hyundai Motor India said
A week after the Centre announced allowing partial resumption of production by industries, automobile companies including Maruti Suzuki, Toyota, Tata Motors and Mercedes-Benz are yet to resume production stating that the entire supply chain, including component suppliers and dealers, needs to start operating to re-start production
Coronavirus Outbreak: Availability of components critical to restart manufacturing operations, say automakers
Major carmakers like Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Toyota and Honda have not yet resumed production at their factories stating that availability of components is a prerequisite to re-start operations at factories, which continue to remain inaccessible due to the nationwide lockdown
Hyundai Motor India on Monday said it has donated Rs 7 crore to the PM CARES Fund to fight the Covid-19 crisis
Hyundai Motor India Limited (HMIL) on Wednesday said it has integrated its entire sales network of over 500 dealerships across the country with its recently introduced online sales platform
Hyundai says that once the shipment of the kits is received, it will be distributed in consultation with Center and State Governments to the hospitals in affected areas.
Hyundai sees silver lining in coronavirus pandemic as consumers opt for safe personal transportation
Amid the gloom surrounding coronavirus pandemic, South Korean auto major Hyundai sees a silver lining for the slowdown-hit auto industry in India as consumers seek isolated mode of transportation at a time when it is also preparing to ramp up online sales of vehicles, according to a senior company official
Auto sales decline in February: Coronavirus outbreak in China hits component supply; challenge to continue for few weeks
Automakers Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd and Tata Motors said their supply of parts from China had been hit, as fallout from the coronavirus outbreak mounts.
Automaker Nissan Motor India on Wednesday said it will increase prices of its entire model range by up to 5 percent from next month in order to offset the impact of high input costs
Hyundai Motor India on Tuesday said it will increase prices of its entire product range from next month to primarily offset impact of rising input costs
Two-wheeler market leader Hero MotoCorp on Monday said it will increase prices of its motorcycles and scooters by up to Rs 2,000 from January
Auto sector slowdown: Sales continue to be on slow track in September; festive season fails to cheer vehicle industry
Before suffering the steepening slump in sales, the auto industry provided one of the few bright spots for manufacturing
Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors' PV market share decline in April-Aug; Hyundai, M&M gain despite selling less this fiscal
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) saw its market share dip by over 2 percentage points during the period under review and slip below 50 percent in the domestic passenger vehicle segment in April-August
Continuing to face rough weather, Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai and three other auto majors reported a double-digit decline in sales in July as consumer sentiment remained subdued
Narendra Modi’s Economic Advisory Council member predicts 'middle income trap' in economy: How will you be impacted?
This prediction, by a member of the government’s top think-tank, has added to the fears that a prolonged slowdown is likely to grip the economy.
Hyundai Motor India on Thursday said it will increase vehicle prices by up to Rs 30,000 from next month in order to partially offset the impact of rising input costs.
November passenger vehicle sales slow down, industry leaders blame fluctuating exchange rates, rising fuel costs
Domestic passenger vehicle sales in November were in a slow lane with major manufacturers Saturday reporting either marginal increase or decline in offtake.