Daily News Capsule: Maserati V6 Petrol Engine | Tata Trucks & More

Daily News Capsule: Maserati V6 Petrol Engine | Tata Trucks & More

Daily News Capsule: Maserati V6 Petrol Engine | Tata Trucks & More
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Maserati India Launches V6 Petrol Engines For Its Line-Up For The First Time

Maserati India today launched V6 petrol variants of its Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante models for the first time in the Indian market, as part of its 2020 range. The new unit to be offered in all three models will be differently-tuned versions of the same 3 l, twin turbo, direct injection GDI, petrol 60° V6 engine. The engines will return 350 hp and 430 hp power outputs for the regular models and the ‘S’ variants, respectively. Similarly the torque output for the regular and ‘S’ stand at 500 and 580 Nm, respectively. READ MORE

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Igus Introduces Iglidur Tribo-polymer Coating

Igus has developed three new materials made of maintenance-free tribo-polymers, to be used as coating materials for metal components like metal sheets, valves or shafts in order to ensure lubrication-free sliding in small spaces. The materials will provide a wear-resistant, compact and cost-effective solution to users who do not have enough space to install a plain bearing. READ MORE

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Tata Motors Launces Prima & Ultra Range in Kuwait

 

Tata Motors has introduced its range of Prima and Ultra trucks in Kuwait. The company recently won orders from various companies involved in waste management and cleaning listed under Kuwait Municipality. Over the next five years, both Ultra and Prima trucks will be involved in municipality cleaning projects. Tata Motors has also conducted training workshops for the technicians as well as drivers to familiarise them with the vehicles for optimal performance.

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Maruti Suzuki Super Carry Crosses 50,000 Sales Mark

 

Maruti Suzuki Super Carry has crossed the milestone of 50,000 unit sales within three years of its launch. The company claims that its first LCV has been developed keeping in mind unique Indian customer requirements and offers easy maintenance, more power and mileage as well as profitability. Maruti Suzuki Super Carry is available across the MSIL’s 319 commercial sales outlets spread across 217 Indian cities.