In the News
The world’s auto makers are vying to build an affordable electric car to target drivers in emerging economies and potentially create a competitor to Chinese-made vehicles.
The streets of Hong Kong make for an unusual spectacle. Instead of the cacophony of everyday traffic, the only sound audible is the swishing made by a cluster of ultra-fast, single-seater racing cars.
A gleaming blue-and-white bus may not have been the first vehicle to grab attention at the Auto Expo 2018 last week but it was what was under the hood — and the collaboration behind it — that made it interesting.
Winner of two consecutive races and the current leader of the Drivers Championship points tally, Felix Rosenqvist talks to Nishant Padhiar about what drives his tech
After proving himself as a successful driver at the pinnacle of motorsport, German driver Nick Heidfeld is committed to the future of racing with Mahindra.
The race of the future has no fuel but is more charged and Stuff gets a pit lane pass!
Today, he is Chief Sustainability Officer of the India-based corporation and focused on driving positive environmental change for all stakeholders.
Mahindra Racing, a racing car team under the Indian conglomerate, is one of the 10 founding teams of Formula E, a class of auto racing that uses cars powered only by electricity.
India reached the ‘pole position’ in the qualifying lap last year. Reforms and enabling policies moved it up in the index of ease of doing business, and its sovereign rating was upgraded.
Mahindra Racing has been able to achieve significant weight reduction to its Formula E car by discovering a special paint that can reduce the weight of the car by 3.5 kg