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Jan 6, 2012
Mahindra KOMODO concept SUV

The Komodo is the work of aspiring Indian designer and IED Torino graduate, Makrand Patil.
"What I present is an SUV built for the Indian Market. The user could be anyone from a young to a mid-age individual who is in his own business or could just be a son, a family guy to a sport enthusiast."

"The built of the car is big, strong, rugged and luxurious at the same time. Perfect for the Indian terrain. The vehicle can be used anywhere form silky smooth highways to steep gradients, big drops and deep water. Focusing more on its off-roading abilities, a true 4x4 vehicle that a whole family can enjoy."

"This SUV has been designed considering most of the brand attributes of Mahindra. The brand sets a benchmark of Capability, Authenticity in design and function. It specializes in Durability and Reliability for the Indian market having a justified evolution."

"My dream was to combine the authentic Mahindra DNA with its more evolved ones and make the Ultimate Mahindra. The Mahindra KOMODO."


Jan 12, 2013
All the images seen there are 3D renders,,,May be work is going on & they have released these rendered images.
Just google n u shall get it
My post was in response to Roybot's, in which you see artists working on the 5 series GT, whereas the team-bhp sourced pic shows the same guys working on a (cleverly PSd) Komodo instead. :)

Thats actually the model of BMW 5 series gran tourismo.

Bmw 5Gt Rear View Photo 5


Dec 11, 2013
KTM considering production of its all-new 500cc and 800cc bikes in India

KTM boss Stefan Pierer has told OVERDRIVE that KTM has a 500cc and 800cc parallel twin nearly ready to go which is likely to go into production in the next three years or so. Pierer has indicated that the Austrian bike manufacturer is considering complex platforms like 500 and 800 twins for Indian production, adding that India’s high duty structure makes local manufacturing the most cost effective way to introduce motorcycles here. Pierer said KTM is also looking at the 690 Duke for India, but while producing or assembling it here is not currently an option due to low expected volumes, importing it directly requires both homologation and high duties which raise the prospect of unviable sales. Pierer was speaking to OVERDRIVE on the sidelines of the 2014 Auto Expo, and also confirmed that the KTM RC series, the RC 390 and RC 200, will be launched in India mid-2014. KTM is also working on one more product which is the off-road platform. But Stefan said that it’s actually going to be the same engine but on a new platform with new geometry therefore it’s almost like a new motorcycle (or two). Further it’s going to be two motorcycles, one a hardcore off- roader (spanning the 200 and the 390) as well as a larger tanked adventure tourer. He also added that KTM will bring Husqvarna to India, but its bikes will be more like the BMW RNineT than the Duke, on which it is based.

KTM Considering Production Of Its All-new 500cc And 800cc Bikes In India - Overdrive


Jul 16, 2010
New Zealand
Honda Cars India commences car production at its Tapukara plant

Honda Cars India Limited today commenced production of its cars at its new Tapukara Plant in Distt. Alwar, Rajasthan. Honda Amaze is the first car to roll out from the Honda Tapukara plant. The grand ceremony was attended by Ms. Vasundhara Raje, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Government of Rajasthan and Mr. Yasuhisa Kawamura, Minister & Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan in India. The event also witnessed the attendance of Senior officials from Govt. of Rajasthan, Honda senior management and their business partners.

Honda Tapukara plant is the first car manufacturing plant in the state of Rajasthan. Spread over an area of 450 acres, the facility is an integrated manufacturing unit including all functions of Forging, Press Shop, Powertrain shop, Weld shop, Paint shop, Plastic Moulding, Engine assembly, Frame assembly and Engine Testing facility. This plant is the culmination of the best manufacturing know-how and practices gathered from Honda’s global operations. It employs optimum automation, latest equipment and best layout for achieving high quality, best ergonomics, improved operational efficiency and safety. The plant is highly focused on conservation of the environment and efficient use of energy & other natural resources.

With a cumulative investment of Rs 3526 crores, Tapukara plant currently employs about more than 3200 associates.

The Tapukara plant is the 2nd plant of HCIL which started its Phase I operations in September 2008 with Press Shop and Power Train Unit for engine components. With the start of production of cars in the 2nd plant, HCIL’s total installed production capacity has been increased to 240,000 units/ annum in India. During the current fiscal year 2013-14, HCIL set a new record of crossing 1 lakh unit sales for the first time in a financial year by selling 101,370 units in Apr’13– Jan 14 period registering a growth of 78% over same period last year which is the highest growth among other brands in the industry.

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