Despite a good expected demand during the upcoming festival season in India, car and bike makers are not producing more vehicles than the previous month. BMW India, Mercedes-Benz India, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, Hindustan Motors and General Motors are produced less units of vehicles in August than the respective last month. BMW cut the production by 8 per cent while Mercedes-Benz produced 80 per cent less cars last month. On the other hand, Toyota Kirloskar Motor produced 10.67 per cent less units even getting a good response for Fortuner that was launched in the month of September. Hindustan Motors and General Motors cut their production by 2 per cent and 5 per cent respectively. According to the figures released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) on Tuesday, motorcycle sales also followed suit, logging 25.94% increase at 6,11,173 units (4,85,270 units) whereas total two-wheeler sales were up by 25.11% to 7,76,777 units (6,20,883 units). Commercial vehicles grew, for the second month in a row, at 18.48% to 40,624 units (34,289 units).With the continued growth, SIAM is expected to revise its annual forecast for the industry upwards later this month.