The Tarang Jain controlled
Varroc Group has on display a concept
car developed by Varroc Lighting Systems that showcases advanced exterior
lighting technologies for four-wheelers, along with India’s first Adaptive
Bending Beam Head Lamp and Anti-glare Adaptive High Beam LED Head Lamp. Apart
from these, the pavilion is divided into four zones for Scooters and
Mass-Market Motorcycles, Commercial Vehicles, Passenger Vehicles and High-end
The Varroc Group pavilion was inaugurated by Vipul Goel,
Minister of Industries and Commerce, Environment and Industrial Training,
Government of Haryana. This year, Varroc’s pavilion follows the theme of
‘Excellence’, which is reflected through their world class products and
technologies. Varroc Group not only focuses on their products which are
accepted globally, but also showcases their journey which started off by
catering to scooter and mass market motorcycle segment and then moved on to
supplying components to commercial vehicles, passenger cars and high-end
Varroc Group has had a
longstanding relationship with the state of Haryana in the form of its polymer
manufacturing facility in Binola near Manesar. Tarang Jain, Managing Director,
Varroc Group, said, “We are delighted to be present at the 14th Auto Expo. It
has always been our home ground for displaying what we stand for and how we are
evolving, and this year is no different. While we chose ‘Excellence’ as the
theme for this year, it has set us apart from the competition all these years.
This ‘Excellence’ reflects in all our global quality products on display, which
have been our core strengths in our journey so far.”
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