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    Six New Bajaj Bikes in India in Next 6 Months
    By: Vikas Yogi | Updated: January 22, 2015 17:17 IST

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    With an objective to improve its market share in the domestic market, Bajaj Auto, the Indian motorcycle giant, is planning to launch as many as six bikes in the country in the next six months ranging from a 100cc commuter bike to a 400cc sports bike. Bajaj believes that the new launches will help it improve its market share from the current 16-17 percent to over 20 percent by March 2016.

    Speaking to PTI, S Ravikumar - Bajaj Auto President for Business Development & Assurance revealed that "In the next six months, there will be one launch every month from us,"

    "In the 100 cc segment, we have the Platina to address the value-for-money customers and Discover for executives. The new model will have its own space," he said. Besides, "we also will launch a 400 cc bike under our flagship Pulsar brand", Ravikumar added.

    Though the company didn't disclose the name plates and expected prices of these bikes, here's what we expect.

    1.New Bajaj Platina: Expected Price - Rs. 36,000 - Rs. 40,000

    2.Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS: Expected Price - Rs. 1 lakh - Rs. 1.30 lakh

    3.Bajaj Pulsar 400 SS: Expected Price - Rs. 1.60 lakh - Rs. 1.80 lakh

    4.Bajaj Pulsar 150/160NS: Expected Price - Rs. 65,000 - 70,000

    5.Bajaj Pulsar CS400: Rs. 1.60 lakh - Rs. 1.80 lakh

    6.Update Bajaj Pulsar 180: Rs. 70,000 - Rs. 75,000

    Read about the above-mentioned bikes in detail here

    With inputs from PTI

    Six New Bajaj Bikes in India in Next 6 Months - News
     
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    Hero Motocorp beats Honda in scooter exports – The empire fights back
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    Hero Motocorp has beaten Honda in scooters exports from India. This is a big development. Hero exported 84,690 scooters in 2014. Honda finished with 79,184 units. Both the two wheeler manufacturers have done very well on scooter exports but it is Hero that has clearly seen the bigger growth. Hero has grown more than five times in the last one year as it exported just 15,776 scooters in 2013. Honda has done well too, but not as well as Hero. Export growth from 2013 to 2014, touched 85% for the Japanese manufacturer.

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    Honda and Hero are interlocked in a battle in India. Hero Motocorp is leading sales figures in India for now by a big margin but Honda is doing everything in its power to catch up. The two wheeler maker from Japan wants to beat Hero in the next few years. By 2020, it wants to dominate India. And dominating India means dominating the world, just what Hero is doing presently by virtue of its sheer numbers. For the past 2-3 years, Honda has been moving ahead of Hero in almost every sphere of the market, but now the empire has struck back and how.

    Flashback…

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    Hero Honda CD100, the bike jokingly known as the Dowry Gaadi

    In the 1980s, now-Octogenarian Brijmohanlal Munjal’s Hero was a fringe player. The company’s only association with two strokes was in mopeds. The angry young man in India moved to scooters when he became the family man and Rahul’s Bajaj Auto ran waiting lists that spanned years, not months. The rebels had the IND Suzuki and the Yamaha RX 100. Hero looked eastward and brought Honda in. With Honda came four stroke engine technology, and a glimpse into the future.

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    Rebels have always picked the Yamaha RX100

    Falling oil prices are events experts believe will happen once in a lifetime. As every barrel of NYMEX crude is trading below $40 on the bourses today, the 1990’s saw Bush Sr in eye to eye confrontation with the Late. Saddam Sr. The Middle East became a tinder box, and it still is. Oil raced to $ 36 a barrel, not too distant from the prices we’re seeing now. The two strokes began their decline as Average Kya Hai? become the regular refrain at traffic signals and petrol bunks in India. Hero Honda came of age.

    When Hero tied up with Honda in the 1980s, the alliance saw the emergence of the CD100, whose claim to fame was fill-it, shut-it and forget-it, a tagline that highlighted two things, fuel efficiency and reliability. Back in the day, the regressive practice of dowry saw father-in-laws sticking to the safe option of the CD100, the Dowry Gaadi. The younger lot would have none of this, preferring “rebel” machines like the Shoguns and RX100s instead. But even the callow today will become family men tomorrow. And tomorrow was the 1990s.

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    Honda Activa -The undisputed champion of India’s scooter market

    As long as Hero was with Honda, things were smooth for both players. Honda made a pact when it entered India through the Hero collaboration. Honda said, “I’ll give you just the tech what your market in India wants, and you sell stuff with my name and with due royalty to me of course. You stick to India and her neighbors and leave the world to me”. Hero couldn’t be happier. At a time when the company was just starting off, world dominance could be left to the times to come. And so it did.

    P.V. Narasimha Rao and Manmohan Singh got together and a dream budget was presented, pushing India towards economic liberalization. But the population would just not stop growing though. More population and economic development meant more and more people jumping from cycles to motorcycles. Hero Honda, a big player in the 100cc commuter segment, hit jackpot with its super reliable and fuel efficient bikes. In a couple a decades, a company whose sole existence depended on technology supplied by Honda was now outselling it.

    In the world of commerce, there are permanent friends and enemies. It’s business, not personal. Sensing the huge opportunity India was, and still is, Honda wanted to expand its horizons. The company entered India on its own even though the Hero Honda collaboration was going stronger than ever. This collaboration did have strings attached though. That Honda wouldn’t compete with Hero directly in the latter’s home market. The Japanese company was patient initially, but India and her charms proved too hard to resist. Honda entered every segment of India’s ginormous two wheeler market, and the marriage was on the rocks. The companies separated in 2011, in a split that was as quick as they had gotten together.

    Back to now…

    Over the past 2-3 years, Hero and Honda have found a sense of freedom that didn’t exist when they were together. Hero looked outward as Honda looked inward. Export markets that Hero was barred from bothering about suddenly looked like how India had looked in the early 90s. Hero is now in Latin America, Africa and South East Asia, markets that it was precluded from in the past.

    In India’s two wheeler market, Honda now has a finger in every pie and this has brought the company explosive growth, enough to push Bajaj Auto to third place. For Hero to survive, it needs exports. This is an area that the company seems to have finally figured out. And numbers don’t lie. That Hero has beaten Honda at its strongest point – scooters, so what if it’s just exports for now, will make the contest more exciting.

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    With Honda no longer to hand hold it, Hero has bought out Erik Buell Racing, an Ex-Harley Davidson maverick’s passion play. The Austrians (AVL), the Italians (Engines Engineering) and the English (Ricardo) are now working behind the scenes to take Hero truly global. The empire, which began with B.M. Munjal’s personal relationships with suppliers, has taken the formative steps to push back Honda. In 2020, Honda wants to usurp Hero’s leadership position. We’re not looking at a pushover here. A bike designed in America is coming to India. That’s another story for another day.

    Hero Motocorp beats Honda in scooter exports

    Who will rule the world's two-wheeler market by 2020? You decide!
     
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    SCOOP! Next-gen Tata Sumo to use all-new lightweight platform
    New ‘Raptor’ platform will combine the benefits of monocoque and ladder frame chassis.

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    The Tata Sumo turns 20 years old this year, and while the current car will soldier on for a few more years still, the company has big plans for the next-gen version. The next Sumo that is expected in 2018, will use an all-new platform codenamed ‘Raptor’ that will also underpin a new range of budget SUVs and MUVs.

    What’s most interesting about this new Raptor platform is that it will break with convention and will not be built on ladder-on-frame architecture, nor it will use a car-like pure monocoque setup. Instead, it will use a new technology known as the ‘Body Integrated Frame’ where, as the name suggests, the frame is integrated or welded into the chassis. This allows the company flexibility with the cars it builds on this platform – for example, choosing a stiff, heavy frame for vehicles that are likely to go off road, versus a lighter one for SUVs which are more car-like. So the new Sumo could have the correct level of stiffness, while still being much lighter and more efficient than its rivals.

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    A source in Tata Motors said “we feel that the conventional body-on-frame architecture is too heavy to meet future CO2 and fuel efficiency norms and that a move to lighter monocoque chassis’ will be inevitable” Tata Motors seems to have taken a leaf out of Land Rover which has ditched body-on-frame chassis altogether for all its SUVs in the future.

    With the next Sumo, core traits like big passenger and luggage space, and the value-for-money proposition are expected to remain, but with improved performance and fuel economy thanks to the lower weight. And thanks to the new Raptor platform, we could even see a sub-family of new, affordable MUVs and SUVs from Tata Motors in the same ilk.

    SCOOP! Next-gen Tata Sumo to use all-new lightweight platform | Car News | MPV/MUVs | Autocar India
     
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    Make In India: Suzuki to set up three Gujarat plants to cater to Maruti
    By ET Bureau | 28 Jan, 2015, 05.20PM IST

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    NEW DELHI: Japan's Suzuki group plans to set up three plants in Gujarat's Hansalpur, which will exclusively supply to Maruti Suzuki India Limited. Gujarat Chief MinisterAnandiben Pateltoday laid the foundation stone forSuzuki's Gujarat vehicle manufacturing plant.

    According to Suzuki, the 'state-of-the-art' facility will be set up in line with PM Narendra Modi-led NDA government's 'Make in India' initiative. Suzuki Group will set up three plants with a total annual capacity of 750,000 vehicles. The first plant is scheduled to start production in mid-2017. It is being set up at an investment of about Rs 3,000 crore, and will have an annual capacity of 250,000 units.

    The vehicles manufactured at these facilities will be supplied exclusively to Maruti Suzuki and support its objective of reaching annual sales of two million units in the medium term.

    The foundation laying ceremony was held in the presence of H.E. Mr. Takeshi Yagi, Ambassador of Japan to India, Rajnikant S Patel, Home Minister of Gujarat, Osamu Suzuki, Chairman & CEO Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, RC Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India and Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director, Maruti Suzuki India at the Hansalpur premises.

    Speaking on the occasion, Osamu Suzuki said:. "For the Suzuki group, setting up of this new manufacturing facility in Gujarat is the start of a new era. Under the " Make in India" program proposed by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we will set up a state-of-the-art production plant here in Gujarat, with high focus on productivity and efficiency."

    Suzuki added: "We want to manufacture vehicles together with you, which we can provide for the domestic and global markets. Your support and cooperation will be greatly appreciated". "Thanks to this project, many more Japanese people will travel to Gujarat. Let us deepen friendship and mutual understanding between India and Japan".

    The campus, spread over 640 acres, will also have an integrated suppliers' park.

    Make In India: Suzuki to set up three Gujarat plants to cater to Maruti - The Economic Times
     
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    Royal Enfield to Launch Three New Bikes in 2016

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    Chennai-based Royal Enfield is quietly working on two new engine platforms which are in advanced stages of development, including a new parallel-twin engine.

    Visordown has reported quoting a UK-based importer as saying that at least three new models will be launched in 2016, including a parallel-twin, possibly a 750cc.

    The other engine, a 410cc single, will be used to power a scrambler-styled model as well as an upcoming adventure touring motorcycle, likely to be named ‘Himalayan’. The name ‘Royal Enfield Himalayan’ has already been applied for trademark by the iconic two wheeler manufacturer. It is likely to be the first motorcycle to be developed after legendary former Ducati designer Pierre Terblanche joined the Indian firm.

    Clearly, Royal Enfield is not just going to rest on the success of its current product portfolio, with newer and fresher products already in the pipeline. In addition to Terblanche, the company has also roped in Triumph’s former project manager Simon Warburton as Head of Product Planning and Strategy, assembling a new team which is likely to look at RE’s new product line.

    In line with developing a truly global team, in 2014, Royal Enfield announced several other key hires including Rod Copes, President, North America and more recently in January 2015, Rudratej Singh as President, Royal Enfield.
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    Royal Enfield posted its best ever yearly performance in calendar year 2014, recording its highest ever total income from operations at Rs 3031.2 crores - a whopping 78 per cent growth from Rs 1702.5 crores in CY 2013.

    “Royal Enfield continues to grow at a phenomenal pace and this year we have achieved our best ever sales of over 300,000 units. In 2015, we plant to manufacture 45,000 units,” said Siddhartha Lal, Managing Director & CEO, Eicher Motors Limited, the parent company of Royal Enfield.

    “Royal Enfield will be investing Rs 500 crore in 2015 towards product development, capex and other development areas,” he added.

    Royal Enfield is already in the process of developing two new technology centers – one in Chennai and a smaller one in Leicestershire, UK. Both centers will be operational by the end of 2015 and Royal Enfield’s new product line will see a lot of initial design and development work at the Leicestershire technology center.

    Royal Enfield to Launch Three New Bikes in 2016 | ZigWheels.com
     
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    Royal Enfield races past Harley-Davidson in global sales
    Pankaj Doval, TNN | Feb 2, 2015, 03.17AM IST

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    NEW DELHI: It's like David taking on Goliath, on the highway. Till now, Milwaukee-born Harley-Davidson (HD), which makes motorcycles with engine displacements over 700cc, has been chugging along unchallenged. But finally, an Indian 'heavy' bike maker seems to have caught up, albeit with its nifty range of smaller capacity models.

    Chennai-based Royal Enfield (RE), originally a British marque from Redditch, sold a shade over 3 lakh bikes in 2014, overtaking Harley's global sales of 2.67 lakh units. Although HD motorcycles sell at a huge premium over their RE kin (HD's most affordable model in India sells for around Rs 5 lakh while RE's most expensive model comes for Rs 2 lakh), what's remarkable is the stunning turnaround by one of the world's oldest motorcycle brands.

    Ten years ago, RE was just a fringe player in the domestic motorcycle market plagued by its 50-year-old unreliable iron cast engine while newer and more reliable models from its Japanese rivals swamped the biking scene.

    But since then, after modernizing its portfolio and rolling out a slew of contemporary models, such as, the Classic, the new Thunderbird and the Continental GT, it has had a strong run. While HD's worldwide numbers grew by 3%, RE grew by 70%.

    Owned by the Rs 1,758 crore Eicher Motors and run by MD & CEO Siddhartha Lal, RE now wants to build a strong presence in Western Europe and the US while the domestic demand for its bikes remains strong.

    Royal Enfield races past Harley-Davidson in global sales - The Times of India
     
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    New cars will have to drive past crash test from 2017
    Government would also vigorously implement a new standard of behaviour for vehicle steering during a frontal crash to reduce fatality.Dipak K Dash | 01 March 2015, 12:55 PM IST

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    NEW DELHI: Government is compressing the timeframe for every new car to comply with the proposed minimum crash test norms to be introduced for the first time in India. All new models have to pass minimum frontal and side crash tests besides pedestrian protection test by October 2017.

    Government would also vigorously implement a new standard of behaviour for vehicle steering during a frontal crash to reduce fatality and improve occupant safety. This norm will also be mandatory for all new models from October 2017.

    While there will be two years' grace period for all existing models to pass the frontal crash test and to be fitted with steering that have minimum impact in case of an accident, in case of all other tests the deadline would be October 2018.

    The road transport ministry sources said a notification will be out in the next couple of weeks so that car manufacturers can put their system in place to produce such vehicles.

    Earlier after consulting the automobile manufacturers the road transport and highways ministry had proposed to set the deadline for existing models for all tests as October 2019. "We hope the government does not keep changing the goalpost when it has accorded the highest priority to road safety. The deadlines must not be extended further," said S P Singh of IFTRT, a Delhi-based think tank on transport issues.

    While the frontal crash tests will be at 56 kmph, the norms set for side crash tests will be 50 kmph. Both the standards will meet the international test norms that make the vehicles safer for occupants. Moreover, the fronts and other portions of the new cars sold after the respective cut off dates have to be designed in a manner that pedestrians don't receive major injury when they are hit by these vehicles.

    TOI has learnt that the cars need to have airbags and other necessary safety features such as child restraints in order to pass the crash tests. So, indirectly all new cars including the highest selling economic models would get such features.

    However, it's up to the car manufacturers to comply with the norms on their own before these tests become mandatory. Ministry sources said that a couple of major car makers have already started working on this to beat the deadline.

    Meanwhile, facilities for carrying out such tests by placing dummies in front and rear seats would be ready by the end of 2015. At present, crash tests are conducted outside.

    The ministry will also notify the Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Programme (BNVSAP) on the lines on New Car Assessment Programme (NCAP) in other countries. Under this programme, car manufacturers can go for star rating based on the cars having better safety features. They can apply for such ratings as is the practice in developed countries.

    New cars will have to drive past crash test from 2017 | ET Auto

    @layman @INDIAN NATIONALIST As I said we need to implement crash test norms if we want all cars (even the cheapest ones) to
    have a minimum safety standard.
     
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    TVS-BMW 300cc Bike Spotted; Might Launch in India As Well
    By: Vikas Yogi | Updated: February 11, 2015 14:22 IST

    There is no denying that the 200 - 300cc bike segment in India has seen a a lot of growth recently. While commuter segment still continues to fetch most of the volume in the industry, the 200 - 300cc bike segment is also fetching good numbers.

    Though Bajaj, along with KTM, has been among the most active players in the space, other bike makers too have now started investing in this segment. One such player is TVS, who, together with BMW, is developing sub-500cc bikes for emerging markets like India.

    The first bike expected from the TVS-BMW stable is a 300cc street-fighter that was recently spotted testing in Germany. Codenamed K03, the 300cc fully-faired and adventure bike seems to have taken its design inspiration from the Draken concept that was showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.

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    Powering the TVS-BMW K03 could be a 300cc water-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder engine. That said, the bike on test with a large radiator grille also hints at a larger engine displacement. The spy shots further suggest a back-to-front cylinder set up with a side mount exhaust. As far as the design is concerned, the bike features similar head-lamp cluster and fuel tank that we saw on the TVS Draken concept.

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    The TVS-BMW K03 will compete against KTM Duke 390 and Kawasaki Z250 upon its launch.
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    TVS-BMW 300cc Bike Spotted; Might Launch in India As Well - News
     
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    Looks like they've got the momentum going!

    Tata Motors' sales up 10.69 per cent in Feb

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    NEW DELHI: Tata Motors today reported 10.69 per cent increase in total sales at 44,225 units in February, as against 39,951 units in the same month last year.

    Domestic sales of Tata commercial and passenger vehicles grew by 14.15 per cent at 40,314 units as compared to 35,315 units in February 2014, Tata Motors said in a BSE filing.

    Sales of passenger vehicles in the domestic market in February stood at 13,767 units, up 21.56 per cent from 11,325 units in February 2014.

    "The trend of growth in passenger vehicles continued with the strong Zest sales and good response to the all-new Bolt," the company said.

    In the commercial vehicles segment, domestic sales were at 26,547 units during the month, the company said.

    Exports during the month stood at 3,911 units, down 15.63 per cent as against 4,636 units in the year-ago month.

    Tata Motors' sales up 10.69 per cent in Feb | ET Auto
     
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    Ashok Leyland February sales up 36% at 10,762 units
    Sales for its heavy and medium commercial vehicles increased by 48 per cent at 8,230 units in February as against 5,576 units in the year-ago.PTI | 02 March 2015, 3:39 PM IST

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    NEW DELHI: Hinduja Group flagship company Ashok Leyland today reported a 36 per cent jump in total sales at 10,762 units for February, 2015, as against 7,915 units in the same month last year.

    Sales for its heavy and medium commercial vehicles increased by 48 per cent at 8,230 units in February as against 5,576 units in the year-ago period, the company said in a filing to the BSE.

    Light commercial vehicles sales also went up by 8 per cent and stood at 2,532 units against 2,339 units in February last year.

    Ashok Leyland February sales up 36% at 10,762 units | ET Auto
     
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    Tata Aria-Based 'Hexa' SUV Unveiled at 2015 Geneva Motor Show
    By: Vikas Yogi | Updated: March 03, 2015 14:44 IST

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    Tata Motors, the home-grown automajor, has unveiled a new SUV concept - the Hexa at the ongoing 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The concept is based on the Aria platform and features a 2.2-litre, four-cylinder, VARICOR diesel unit that is good for 154bhp and 400Nm. The car is 4764mm long, 1895mm wide, 1780mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2850mm.

    While the overall shape of the concept looks very similar to the existing Aria, Tata has added new projector headlamps, new honeycomb grille, newly designed fog lamps and redesigned airdam.

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    The rear too looks sportier with new LED tail-lamps, new bumper in dual-tone paint scheme, spoiler etc. The car also gets newly designed 19-inch alloy wheels.

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    The cabin too looks different with 6-seat configuration with captain seats, plusher leather seats with twin-needle stitching and some other new features.

    Tata Motors is also showcasing a more powerful version of the Bolt at the show.

    Tata Aria-Based 'Hexa' SUV Unveiled at 2015 Geneva Motor Show - News

    Tata is mounting a comeback...a big one.
     
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    The pricing & fuel economy will be crucial for this one...if it's trendline variants manage to get tagged under Rs. 15 lacs, it can
    take advantage of the current Tata wave (alongside Zest & Bolt) to neatly challenge the Toyota Innova.

    The Innova is now getting too dated & too boring...an updated version is due next year but it remains to be seen if customers will
    still go for it (it's getting too exorbitant in price and minimalistic in features). As of now Innova still sells big.

    Best of luck Tata!
     
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