While Hybrids Steal Show at Indian Auto Expo, It's the Diesels That Rake in the Moolah
ogen technology made its India debut this year with players like Mahindra & Mahindra and Honda displaying their concept vehicles.
Though TVS was the first to showcase an electric hybrid three-wheeler at the last expo in 2004, there were plenty more hybrid electric vehicles on display this year, including one by M&M.
But when it comes to putting money where your mouth is, original equipment makers (OEMs) and component makers are investing in a more practical immediate technology — diesel engines, especially those with common rail injection systems.
If it was Bosch which announced investing Rs 550 crore on common rail systems a couple of days back, on Friday it was Delhi-TVS which said it would be spending Rs 500 crore on a common rail facility.
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