Tata Motors is in the process of "getting ready" its medium and heavy commercial vehicles to comply with BS-IV norms, a company official said.
Under Chief Executive Carlos Tavares, PSA is pursuing an ambitious recovery plan after a 2014 brush with bankruptcy and has pledged to find an Indian partner by 2018 to resume production in a market that registers about 3 million new vehicles a year.
The homegrown auto major is also planning to launch at least two new products, including a compact sedan and SUV, during the next fiscal as it aims to post sales better than the industry.
Although overall sales of the company last year were on positive side, but it got affected due to the government's demonetisation drive, he added.
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Motherson Sumi will make a voluntary, recommended public tender offer to acquire all the issued and outstanding shares and option rights in PKC.
The Ignis is built on a new generation rigid platform embodying Suzuki Total Effective Control Technology (TECT) for occupant protection.
"Auto sales numbers have not declined. From April to December there has been a growth of 9-10 per cent. We sold 106,000 cars to dealers. The dealers sold 183,000 cars to customers. That reduced inventory to an all time low of 34,000," Mr Bhargava said.
India's fuel demand in 2016 grew at its fastest in at least 16 years as low oil prices boosted demand for gasoline and aviation fuels, but analysts say the country's currency troubles will put the brakes on this year.
The auto maker's bullish forecast comes at a time when the industry has been emphasizing investments in the US following attacks by President-elect Donald Trump for building vehicles in Mexico.
Auto sales have seen an especially big drop in rural areas and regions where cash transactions are typically prevalent.
"Budget is something which we all are hoping that the government will bring measures to boost consumer sentiment," Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) Director General Vishnu Mathur said.
Vehicle sales across categories registered a decline of 18.66% year-on-year last month at 12,21,929 units, data showed.
Mercedes-Benz India sold 13,231 units in 2016, marginally down from 13,502 units in 2015 when it toppled compatriot Audi to become the No 1 brand in the country.
The company also sold a record 5,83,312 units during 2016 calendar year, up 20 per cent compared to 2015.
Introducing an elegant, sporty design and establishing itself as a pioneer in new technologies like autonomous driving has helped revive the Mercedes brand which analysts say will help keep the Stuttgart-based carmaker ahead of the pack.
The key contributor to Volkswagen group profit increased sales of luxury cars and sport-utility vehicles to 1.87 million units from 1.80 million in 2015, a spokesman said
Car manufacturers are developing connected cars, which use the internet to improve customers' driving experiences and allow vehicles to communicate with each other, in a race with tech giants such as Google.
General Motors has two plants in India and it said in 2015 it planned to stop production at one of its plants in the western state of Gujarat by end-2016 as it consolidates operations at one location.