Monday, October 15, 2007

Global car makers such as BMW, Nissan, Toyota, and Honda plan to test cars in India


The Carbird, originally uploaded by Automania.

Global car makers such as BMW, Nissan, Toyota, and Honda are in talks with the National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRIP) to avail themselves of its facilities for testing the durability and performance of their vehicles for the global market.

Funded by the Union Government, NATRIP’s Manesar centre began operations recently to carry out homologation tests. It also has centres in Chennai and Vehicle Research & Development Establishment near Pune. Going forward, the organisation plans to open three more centres in Silchar, Rai Bareily and Indore...
Global auto majors plan to test cars in India (The Hindu business Line)

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