Every car and sports utility vehicle making company in India is pruning their model-line, cutting excess flab, freeing up capacity and getting rid of slow moving products.
The Bombay High Court asked Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways to inform on June 20 what progress has been made in the probe made by a committee into the recall of Chevrolet Tavera cars by General Motors in 2013.
GM recalled the vehicles in July citing issues related to emissions standards and other regulatory specifications.
US auto major General Motors has dismissed 25 people, including former head of India operations Rajeev Chaba, who is now VP, Sales and Marketing in China, and current CFO Anil Mehrotra, for violations of company policy regarding recall of 1.14 lakh units Chevrolet Tavera in India.
The company said it had halted production and sale of the Tavera BS3 model last month and of the Tavera BS4 on July 2. It was awaiting regulatory approval for its proposed solution, it added.