BS VI emission norms, which have come into force since April 2020, are bound to create huge demand for locally developed powertrain solutions which the Indo-German JV is banking on.
New Indo-German JV to both offer select powertrain technologies that meet Bharat Stage VI norms and cater to passenger car, commercial vehicle and two-wheeler OEMs.
As businesses around the world put an increased amount of effort to drive sustainability and eco-friendliness, the automotive industry, which is one of the key pillars of the global economic framework, is accelerating innovation and adoption of clean mobility solutions for a greener tomorrow. While it has been a highly debatable subject so far, electric mobility does seem to be the pinnacle of a zero-tailpipe-emissions transportation world, with the journey to implement advanced technologies
that aim to curb vehicular emissions already having begun internationally. To drive innovation and enable progress in the clean mobility space,two leading component manufacturers have struck an alliance which aims to harness their individual capabilities and drive into the future.On July 31, Gurgaonbased Padmini VNA Mechatronics and the sensing and actuation business unit of Vitesco Technologies, the powertrain arm of global Tier 1 giant Continental,announced a joint venture partnership