Decoding Technology Emission Technologies Pull Factors

The stringent emission standards and the gradual shift towards hybrid and e-mobility have brought in a paradigm shift in emissions technologies. The technologies, hardware and software vary depending ...

Until few years ago, brakes were considered to be only vehicle safety systems that helped stop the vehicle, when the driver activated them or when the driver parked the vehicle on a slope or ...

Fuel economy and emission norms, coupled with the need for integration of another propelling device for hybridisation, have created ingenious powertrains. The fact that about 30 two-wheelers and ...

The longevity and robustness of automobiles and the long-term wellbeing of its occupants is dependent mainly on the chassis of a vehicle. In the last decade, on an average the time spent in commuting ...

India is the largest two-wheeler market with approximately 18 mn vehicles sold in 2016, and that roughly constitutes about 80 % of the automotive market in India. This growth can be attributed to ...

Recent data shows that about 4 % of cars in the US are with manual transmissions, but in the rest of the world 80 % of the powertrains have manual transmissions. This is an interesting backdrop in ...

Driver and occupant safety in the era of ‘data and connectivity on the move’ is bringing a paradigm shift. The criticality has increased due to several in-vehicle distractions, the demand and ...

Automotive Electronics (AE) has aided higher safety, enormous connectivity, better cabin comfort, lower emissions and improved drivability. AE content has been increasing steadily over the years, and ...

The approach towards Commercial Vehicle (CV) technologies has changed due to better cognizance of safety, fuel efficiency and productivity. The ability to carry more cargo with better turn-around ...