Maruti Suzuki has always focused on the compressed natural gas (CNG) as a prominent alternative to the regular fuel-based cars. The company had rolled-out its first CNG vehicle almost 9 years back in..
With the BS-VI deadline (1 April 2020) inching closer, automakers are updating their current portfolio as per the upcoming stringent emission norms. After launching several BS-VI-compliant products in..
While the world is progressively shifting focus away from ICE-powered vehicles to EVs, India's leading automaker, Maruti Suzuki, strongly believes that the country is not ready for full-scale electric..