The numbers are in: 10.6 million vehicles sold in 2017. [UPDATE] The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance has posted the final sales numbers for 2017, with combined sales standing at 10,608,366 units. Group Renault moved 8.5 percent more cars last year by delivering 3,761,634 vehicles, while Nissan shipped 5,816,278 units (up by 4.6%). As for Mitsubishi, the company saw a 10% boost in deliveries, at 1,030,454 cars. See the attached press release below for a more in-depth look at the numbers based on automaker and region. Despite the Dieselgate issue, it’s safe to say the Volkswagen Group had an exceptional 2017. Customer deliveries rose by a significant 4.3 percent to a record 10.74 million vehicles. December was a particularly successful month for VAG, with nearly 1 million (998,800 units) shipped all over the world, representing an 8.5% increase compared to December 2016. But was that enough to allow the VW Group hold on to its sales crown? If you’re asking the newly … [Read more...] about Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Argues It’s The Biggest Automaker [UPDATE]
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Home Two wheelers oi-Stephen Gershom By Stephen Gershom Published: Thursday, April 1, 2021, 12:27 [IST] TVS Motor Company has exported 1,00,000 two-wheelers in March 2021. TVS has announced that it has touched the milestone of exporting 1,00,000 units in the month of March. The brand sells its two-wheelers in 60 countries and this milestone shows that other markets are opening up more towards motorcycles manufactured in India. TVS Motor Company is one of the most reputed two-wheeler manufacturers in India. The brand has come a long way from its humble beginnings and today makes some brilliant motorcycles and scooters with premium features. TVS does sell lots of motorcycles in the Indian market and these numbers are just increasing with every passing month. Alongside the increase in domestic sales, TVS has also been seeing a constant increase in its export numbers. In March 2021, the company exported 1,00,000 units, … [Read more...] about TVS Motor Company Hits Exports Milestone Of 1,00,000 Units In March 2021
Nissan confirms plans for a big event timed to concede with the launch of Gran Turismo Sport. Nissan's GT Academy is entering its eighth year as the company has launched its latest iteration of the popular racing competition. Six million entrants have competed in the event since 2008 and soon players from six different territories - including Australia, Indonesia, Mexico, North Africa (Algeria, Egypt and Morocco), the Philippines, and Thailand - will be able to enter this year's competition. Those living outside aforementioned regions shouldn't fret as Nissan has revealed a bigger competition is slated to concede with the launch of Gran Turismo Sport which will be available on PlayStation 4 starting November 15th. Polyphony Digital is once again supporting this year's competition and is providing an early version of Gran Turismo Sport featuring an assortment of different Nissan models. Nissan says this means participants "will be amongst the first to experience this … [Read more...] about Nissan’s GT Academy still going strong after eight years
Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport, as we are often told. But to get to the pinnacle you have to pass through a journey and in a competitive environment like motorsports that means overcoming significant hurdles. Those hurdles are even greater for drivers coming from outside Europe, as was spelled out quite plainly at the FIA Sport Conference in Manila. For F1 to market itself as the best drivers in the world, it really needs to have the best drivers in the world, who have come up through the ranks from countries around the globe. Today it cannot really say that. The cost of climbing the ladder is prohibitively high and access to the feeder series is limited, especially in regions like Asia. And yet if Asia could produce a quality driver, the sport would have greater chance of thriving in the region. F1 CEO Chase Carey appeared in a panel discussion on Day 1 of the conference with Asian drivers Alex Yoong and Marlon Stockinger, which looked at how to find a way for … [Read more...] about Formula 1 and Asia: What are the next steps?
Following last week’s revelation of renewed international partners , IndyCar has revealed new broadcasters for IndyCar action in various countries within Europe, Asia and South America. Sport 1 will carry IndyCar action in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, on the Sport 1+ premium service platform, with selected highlights on Sport 1. Arena 4 in Hungary and Sport Extra in Romania, new for 2020, will continue their coverage while new for 2021 is Eurosport for Poland and the Indian sub-continent, along with TV Arena Sport for Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Slovenia. DAZN joins the 2021 lineup for coverage of the series in Italy, and its global streaming service will deliver IndyCar action to another 60 countries in Europe, Asia, Australasia, the Caribbean, South and Central America, North Africa and the Middle East. In Asia, Fox Sports will ensure IndyCar can be seen in more than a dozen countries, including mainland China, Hong … [Read more...] about IndyCar announces new international broadcast partners