Powering into this virgin segment are two Indian automotive designers — Dilip Chhabria and Shahid Haq — with their sleek in-house productions.
He founded DC Designs in 1993 and initially produced body kits for Indian cars and designed motorcycles as well.
In 2010, DC started the DYPDC Center for Automotive Research and Studies in Pune, an automotive design institute, with the D.Y.
Both Chhabria, founder of DC Designs Private Limited, and Haq, CEO and design chief at Motormind Automotive Designs, have launched their own sports cars.
Chhabria showcased the final version of DC Avanti at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.
referring to It is priced at Rs 37.09 lakh.A snazzy, open-top car, Hyperion1 is inspired by the F1 racing cars.
in Automotive Engineering in India and later went on to pursue PDGP Transportation Design at the Coventry School of Art and Design, UK.His brainchild, Motormind Automotive Designs, took off in 2010.
The company plans to produce 10 track cars and sell it on invitation and further expand the production base.
It cleared all the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) tests and hit the roads in 2015.
It plans to achieve the tag of a “car manufacturing company”, says Haq.
Frankfurt Chamber lays foundation for master craftsmen in automotive industry
referring to Only Oshiwambo speaking trainees will initially benefit from an agreement between the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the German Chamber of Crafts in Frankfurt, for improving the skills of apprentices in the automotive industry.
The NCCI hopes to become a training facilitator for technical skills through the agreement with the Frankfurt Chamber of Crafts.
In the picture, the Chief Executive of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Tarah Shaanika (seated left) signs the agreement with the project manager of the German Chamber of Skilled Crafts in the Frankfurt Region, Ruth Anna Sammel (seated middle).
The chamber said German experts will complement Namibian instructors for the duration of the project.
The agreement provides for seventy five trainees to receive further training during 2017 and another 120 during 2018 and 2017.