Mumbai sources have reported that French car maker Groupe PSA has partnered with homegrown IT and engineering major Tata Consultancy Service. Together, the two will develop and engineer Groupe PSA’s ambitious emerging market Smart Car plan.
Meanwhile it is designed with a motto of ‘Be Indians in India’, TCS’ hiring by PSA is an attempt by the global conglomerate to design and develop products for Indian buyers at Indian cost and compete strongly against Maruti and Hyundai.
Accordingly TCS bagged the contract beating its Group’s sister concern
Tata Technologies. To be sure, it is not PSA alone, but Volkswagen Group has
also engaged in a discussion with the likes of Mahindra Engineering Services,
Hinduja Technologies amongst others to decide their emerging market MQB A0
Second gen Ertiga to launch on November 21, 2018 According to sources the model is already on sale in Indonesia and the new Ertiga is wider and longer than the outgoing car but comes with the same 2,740mm wheelbase. It gets fresh styling with an angular front design, slimmer headlamps and wide wrap around tail lamps with LED elements. The model sits on Maruti's lightweight Heartect platform and is expected to be lighter and stiffer than the outgoing model.
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- Hyundai Santro new look to be launched
- New Ford Aspire is Rs 20,000 less than outgoing model
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- Ford Mustang facelift has been spotted in India
- Volkswagen reaching next phase
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- Updated TUV300 gets a crash test norms
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- Mahindra Y400 SUV likely to be priced from Rs 22 lakh
- Fourth generation Tucson grows in size to become a 7 Seater
- Next-generation SUV to replace ageing second-gen Pajero Sport by 2019
- Fifth-gen Honda City likely to come with diesel-CVT
- India's first Lamborghini Urus delivered to a Mumbai customer