The skies above Chennai, India are a lot less colorful since police began cracking down on a craze menacing area birds and motorists alike: Kite flying.
Renault and sister company Nissan, long advocates of electric-drive adoption, are gearing up for increased demand in emerging global markets by starting production on a modular-based platform in India in 2015. The Renault-Nissan Alliance said last week that it would start producing its Common Module Family (CMF) of vehicles at the companies' Chennai plant in 2015. CMF is based on an engine bay, cockpit, front underbody, rear underbody and electrical architecture that can be reassembled into "hun
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