Evolution Of India's BJ50, Force Motors Limited. This Is What Technology Transfer Does.


1951 Baja Tempo Minodor

Force Motors Limited, is an Indian multinational automotive manufacturer, the flagship company of the Dr. Abhay Firodia Group. From 1958 until 2005 the company was known as Bajaj Tempo Motors, because it originated as a joint venture between Bachraj Trading Ltd. and Germany’s Tempo. The company is known for brands like the Tempo, Matador, Minidor and Traveller. Over the last five decades it has partnered with global manufacturers including Daimler, ZF, Bosch, and MAN.

Force Motors is India’s largest van maker. The company is completely vertically integrated, making its own components for the entire product range.

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The Germans allowed them to use some of their Mercedes designs. They now make very nice vans based on the Mercedes Sprinter

The .ke leadership is not out there looking for technology to be transferred here.

They are looking for multi million $$$ tenders to supply said technology items to GOK.


Nice looking car. Indians are well ahead of Africans though. For the longest they didnt even have Coca Cola drinks. They wouldnt allow them, would rather make their own sodas.

True, here is a Foce Van


The German’s will soon be rewarded with Indian covid when they start demanding for patent fees.