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Sumantra B Barooah Jun 17
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Autocar India Jun 18
Sudipto Basu, Executive Director, ECMA: From a thermodynamic perspective, there will be a certain fuel economy penalty due to exhaust after-treatment systems, but this can be compensated for with the help of engine calibration and lubricants.
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O_______0 ✳️ Jun 18
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Sumantra B Barooah Jun 17
An attentive and full House at the .
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Nishant Parekh Jun 18
Dinesh Tyagi, Director, iCAT at : We upgraded our facilities to be compliant with BS6 testing in 2016. We have 19 engine test beds and have invested close to Rs 200 crore in our facilities.
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Nishant Parekh Jun 18
We are aligning ourselves towards transition to electric vehicles. This includes investment of 45 crore towards preparing our institute for EV testing, which will be ready by Oct 2019: Dinesh Tyagi, Director, iCAT at .
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Suhas Anil Surse Jul 7
BS VI: India Auto Inc makes mission possible ahead of deadline
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Autocar India Jun 18
Ashvin Thondavadi (extreme right), engineering head, at : Exclusive adaptations are required for Indian driving cycles (compared to Europe) in shift to BS-VI emission norms because the average speed is much lower.
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Akshay Tajbije Jun 18
Absolutely agree with the MD. We get 97 Octane fuel in only one BP petrol pump in Pune and that too not regularly. The only other option is but they are sparsely present.
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Tata Motors Jun 18
Our Chief Technology Officer, Rajendra Petkar, was a part of the Autocar as one of the panelist for a discussion on Transition from BSIV to BSVI.
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SanjJukhet Jun 18
Just2add we need to inculcate behavioural change as well towards our environment/surroundings in whatever we do. We seem to look@technologyfor every solution where as in our🇮🇳the solution lies within,all we need to practice/adhere to core is for SWACCH ENVIRONMENT!
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Autocar Professional Jul 6
30 captains of industry & technology experts reveal just what it has taken for India Auto Inc to surpass the BS VI technology upgrade challenge in a record period of less than 3 years, and the road ahead
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Autocar India Jun 26
At the organised by , vehicle manufacturers highlighted issues that had to be ironed out to ensure a smooth transition to BS-VI norms:
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Akshay Tajbije Jun 18
Someone talks sense at last. It had to be the brilliant Jagdish Khattar. No one is talking about the current crisis in the Automobile industry and how BSVI will affect it further. Not against it but the industry needs to stabilize first.
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Sergius Barretto Jun 18
Replying to @autocarindiamag
Incase you're wondering why fuel efficiency has dropped with the BS6 updates.
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Autocar Professional Jun 29
INTERVIEW: ' Chief Technology Officer Rajendra Petkar: 'We decided to take the BS VI bull by the horns in 2016 itself.'
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Hormazd Sorabjee Jun 23
From hatch backs to heavy trucks, has widest range of engines that need to be upgraded to BSVI.
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Ṁ Jun 26
Replying to @APompliano
The only difference is (maybe bch) can keep the quick speed at high volume of transactions. Not capped. So that is distinctly a btc problem.
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