The good old HM Ambassador continues to soldier on relentlessly irrespective of the threat from the umpteen new cars that land every ever for the taxi..

The HM Ambassador‘s reputation as the longest running car nameplate in the world is set to be maintained as the recovering Indian car maker prepares..

Hindustan Motors announced yesterday that they are ready to launch the BS4 diesel variant of the Hindustan Ambassador very soon. The diesel Ambassador..

Hindustan Times has reported that Hindustan Motors is currently developing the sub-4m version of the Ambassador that may finally launch in early 2014. Initial test mules of the compact Ambassador were spotted testing in 2010. Pune-based Onix studios were rumored to be design consultants to HM for the program. Past the initial euphoria, we’ve not seen even traces..

The long forgotten name ‘Hindustan Motors’ has finally started to shake things up in Indian auto sector. The Indian auto maker is in talks with various car makers from Europe to utilize their surplus capacity at the Chennai plant. Hindustan Motors’ Chennai plant was recently re-structured by the C.K. Birla company as a standalone subsidiary to make it more flexible..

Hindustan Motors, despite being an Indian company, may not be as popular as say Maruti Suzuki, Ford or Nissan. But the fact is that this dinosaur of yesteryear can be credited for introducing India to four wheels. The HM Ambassador, a re-designed Morris Oxford, was one of the first cars that became a part of India’s landscape. However, Hindustan Motors was no match to..

The boys at BigDaddyCustoms are on the front page again, impressing us with yet another custom creation. After presenting replicas of a Ford Mustang Eleanor and a Range Rover Evoque, the talented chaps have brought forward a Chevrolet Camaro replica based on the ‘Indian Muscle Car.’ That’s right, we’re talking about the HM Contessa! The HM Contessa is..

Once a status symbol and the official ‘Mantriji vehicle’, the HM Ambassador is slowly crawling to its grave. This icon, despite the Indian auto market growing, is seeing sales fall steeply. With only 2,500 units sold in the year 2011, the situation has reached a point of crisis with sales currently hovering around the 400 unit mark for 2012, according to a..

India’s very own West Coast Customs, DC Design, is back on our front page for two creations that India will love. The first creation is a makeover to the interior of the Mahindra XUV500. The forward section of the cabin has not changed much with a caramel color scheme consistently spread across the seats and dashboard. The Lounge Package however has completely transformed..

Hindustan Motors through a press release revealed that they are developing a passenger application on the Winner platform and our friends at have snapped the first mule in Pune. Fitted with a 1.8-liter CNG engine, the load carrier makes 35.5 Bhp of power and 73 Nm of torque. This engine will be carried over on to the passenger application to pit it..