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.
Mahindra prepares 'brand journey' to launch passenger vehicles in U.S.Nov. 20, 2017
Ford, Mahindra open to teaming up on EVs in IndiaNov. 21, 2017
AutoNews Now: Uber buying 24,000 self-driving VolvosNov. 20, 2017
Mahindra considers selling SsangYong vehicles in U.S.Nov. 10, 2017
Mahindra signals plans for 400,000-square-foot auto plant in Detroit areaNov. 3, 2017
Ssangyong considers U.S., China as Brexit hits U.K. salesAug. 23, 2016
Ad could reopen old wounds for would-be Mahindra dealersJan. 18, 2016
Topline India does a diverse business in packaging, marketing materials and branded auto dealership displays in India, and now it is reaching out for U.S. customers. But the company's initial approach could rub some dealers the wrong way.