New Delhi: The country's largest two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp on Thursday said it will increase prices of its entire model range by up to...
The country's largest two-wheeler maker, which had crossed the 100 million cumulative production mark in January this year, is now set for the next phase of its expansion and growth.
The company's manufacturing facility in Halol has an annual production capacity of 80,000 vehicles and employs nearly 2,500 workforce.
The company is looking to use its '450 platform' to spin more variants and also enter the mass market electric two-wheeler segment.
The customers will now be able to avail themselves a host of services from an easy-to-interact menu-based chatbot that can be accessed round-the-clock on the messaging platform
Based on analysis, the report said that terminal growth assumptions for PV OEMs will be at risk.
"Hero MotoCorp now has extensive presence across Asia, Africa, South and Central America and the Middle East. In Latin America, the Company is now present in more than 10 countries."
"Effective January 2021, Volkswagen India announces a price revision of up to 2.5 per cent across the Polo and Vento models in lieu to the rising input costs," a spokesperosn of Volkswagen Passenger Cars India said in a statement.
They have inked a distribution agreement, under which Hero MotoCorp will sell and service Harley-Davidson motorcycles
Ather Energy was one of the earliest startup investments of Sachin Bansal when he invested $0.5 million in the firm as an angel investor in 2014 and with this round, has made a total investment of $53 million
Hyderabad: In keeping with its highly customer-centric approach, Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, has introduced the Hero Exchange Fest...
New Delhi: Ola is in talks with various state governments to set up India's largest e-scooter manufacturing plant, according to sources. Sources close to the...
The retail volume improvement in August and September has been driven by pent-up demand, positive rural sentiment, shift toward personal mobility and fading impact of price hikes
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