400 deaths a day force India to take car safety seriouslyJan. 10
In India, more than 150,000 people are killed each year in traffic accidents. The government is attempting to curb the carnage caused by everything from speeding two-wheelers to cars not equipped with airbags.
Ford, Mahindra open to teaming up on EVs in IndiaNov. 21, 2017
Motherson's fast track out of obscurityOct. 16, 2017
India's order for 10,000 EVs highlights hurdles facing nation's marketOct. 11, 2017
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has kicked off India's race to turn all new light-vehicle sales electric by 2030. The largest order has gone to a company that hasn't commercially started producing the vehicles.
Ford explores strategic alliance with India's MahindraSept. 18, 2017
Ford Motor Co. and Indian automaker Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. are exploring forming a strategic alliance as the U.S. automaker tries to gain a foothold in a country that's set to become the world's third-biggest car market.
VW's Skoda, Tata end cooperation talks after failing to hit cost targetsAug. 10, 2017
India's Motherson pushes for U.S. growthAug. 1, 2017
GM quits, but India remains a battlegroundJune 5, 2017
India exit puts GM in 'right markets'May 22, 2017
GM will refocus operations in India for exportsMay 18, 2017
GM will stop selling cars in India but doesn't plan to leave the market entirely. It will keep its tech center and refocus production by making one of its two local plants an export-only factory. The other will be sold to China's SAIC Motor.
GM to pull out of India market, sell South Africa plantMay 18, 2017
GM plans to quit selling vehicles in India and will sell manufacturing operations in South Africa to focus cash and engineering efforts on fewer, more profitable markets, notably North America and China.