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AUTOMOBILE DUNIYA is the blog created by the Automotive Engineers, post graduated  in the field of Automotive Mechatronics under Global Automotive Research Centre,Chennai.

We are here to track and explore  the advance trends,latest technologies, which are being used in Automobiles all over the world and share it with people who belongs to this field or having  interest in Automobiles.

Mr. Ashwin Verma ( Admin & Chief Author)


He is M.TECH in Automotive Mechatronics from Veltech Technical University,Chennai Under Global Automotive Research Centre,Chennai,has completed his B.E (MECHANICAL) in the year 2013.He has undergone Major project on SOS Oil Analysis Under GMMCO Caterpillar Nagpur and Inplant Project work on Engine Manangement System & its architecture in Volvo Eicher Commercial Vehicles,Indore and has done master thesis at National University Of Tainan,Taiwan, currently working  in Research & Development Unit in Gurgaon based MNC automobile company.

Ms. Medha R. Giri (Technical Author )
She is M.TECH. in Power Electronics and Power Systems from Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and management, Autonomous, Under RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur, has completed B.E. (Electrical) in the year 2013. Her M.TECH. project was on Induction motor drives, which was awarded by special recognition certificate in ELECRAMA-2K16,organized by IEEMA at BIEC, Bangalore. She has filed four patent application in Indian Patent Office, India, One patent has been published.







Mr. Gaurav Goel (Technical Author)



He is M.Tech in Automotive Engineering from Vellore Institute of Technology,Vellore in collabrated with Arai,Pune and has done Master Thesis in Electric Power Steering.




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7 Mistakes To Avoid When Driving A Car With Automatic Transmission

Individuals associated with the automotive industry iterate that the automatic transmission is a great invention. Actually, an automatic car has opened up a whole new world for car owners.
Both professional and novice drivers love to drive a car fitted with automatic transmission. This is because it is straightforward and easy to drive an automatic vehicle than a car fitted with the manual-shift gearbox. Think about the bumper-to-bumper story we have in the cities! However, it is very important to drive a car with automatic transmission carefully because you could end up damaging your car. Some damages, if they happen, cannot be rectified even by expert mechanics. Therefore, it is best that you avoid the following mistakes when driving your automatic vehicle.  



Credits: Team BHP
#1: Coasting downhill in neutral
You would save a little bit of fuel when you coast down a hill in neutral gear. However, it is very negligible. In modern automatic transmissions, fuel supply to the engine is auto…

The Most awaited Yamaha YZF-R15 Version 3.0

Yamaha has officially unveiled the R15 Version 3.0 in Indonesia. The all-new 2017 R15 is powered by a 155.1cc engine, which develops maximum power of 19.04 Bhp @ 10000 rpm and maximum torque of 14.7 NM @ 8500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox, and the key rivals of R15 V3.0 are 2017 Honda CBR150R and Suzuki GSX-R150. As of now, Yamaha has not announced anything officially regarding the launch of R15 V3 in India, it is expected to be here within next 3-4 months .




Yamaha YZF-R15 Version 3.0 is expected to be launched in 2017 but as of now there are no official launch dates. So, we will have to wait a bit more before the official statement comes in. It is expected to be priced between Rs. 1.30-Rs. 1.35 lakhs (ex-showroom). It is expected to share its design elements from M-Slaz, Yamaha YZF R125 and YZF R6.

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CRDI (Common Rail Direct Injection)

CRDi stands for Common Rail Direct Injection meaning, direct injection of the fuel into the cylinders of a diesel engine via a single, common line, called the common rail which is connected to all the fuel injectors.

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