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What to expect at Delhi Auto Expo – Force Motors

A little know brand in the Indian Automotive scene is gearing up with major ambitions. Force Motors took the final step of entering the passenger car market by introducing the Force One SUV in India. Earlier known for its commercial vehicles in India,

Force Motors exhibits Hybrid Traveller at Delhi Auto Expo

Force Motors has recently made waves in the Indian automotive scene with the launch of their new passenger vehicle – Force One. After launching the 4X2 version, the company promised to launch the 4x4 version of the Force One at the 2012 Delhi Auto Expo. Force

Force Motors to assemble engines for Mercedes S-Class

Sheer luxury would soon be a touch cheaper to buy! Mercedes Benz S-Class, an alternative or synonym to the word 'luxury' will be powered by a locally assembled engine in India. The decision was taken by Mercedes Benz India Pvt. Ltd after the government

IAB Exclusive: Force Motors product plan till 2013

I remember attending the press conference that was conducted by Force Motors to christen their new SUV –Force One. In that conference, Mr Prasan Firodia was asked about the number of units of Force One that he expects to sell by the end of 2011. He

Spied – Force Motors SUV

A member of the popular Team-BHP enthusiast forum snapped the Force Motors SUV testing in Mumbai. The Chinese Foday Explorer-based SUV will use a Mercedes Benz-sourced powertrain and will be pitched to buyers in the segment that's dominated by the

220bhp Force Motors SUV heading this way next year

We've been continuously bringing you news and pictures of the new Force Motors SUV and now Autocar has published astounding facts on its powertrain and chassis. For a start - A 2.2-liter common rail diesel engine from Daimler will power this SUV.

Force Motors working on a new SUV?

Force Motors is planning to launch an SUV in India. Force Motors operates in India with vehicles like the Tempo traveller and Trax which are passenger carriers. Force also uses its platforms for manufacturing goods carriers. Vicky.in is reporting