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We all love a good old publicity stunt, and at a time when Skoda has just taken a place as the spearhead of Volkswagen’s India operations, this vRS Guinness World Record stunt is a good reminder of how fast a vRS really is!
Bosch was apparently testing self-driving technology back in 1993. While the technology seems to only have caught on now, the truth is that autonomous technology has been on the agenda for a very long time.
The new 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ciaz facelift will come with some interesting features and an all-new engine. The details have leaked online through an official document that shows that the upcoming Ciaz might spell trouble for its rivals.
Automakers and suppliers will have to get separate approvals from ARAI and Government for the approved hybrid and electric retro fitment. When implemented, this will further disrupt the Indian car market but will also help in reducing emissions.
The new 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ciaz facelift is set to be launched in India tomorrow and will fight with the likes of Hyundai Verna, Honda City and Toyota Yaris. With the leak images and features, the new Ciaz looks promising but will it be able to beat its rivals?
The new generation Hyundai Grand i10 is expected to be launched in India by the end of next year or early 2020. For now, the comeback of the company’s popular Santro in India is the biggest news that Hyundai will give in the coming weeks.
The Microlino, as the resurgent bubble car will be called, will be powered by a 20 hp electric motor that has a range of 120 kms, the Italian firm intend to build 5,000 of them next year. Although the price might be the only deterrent
Ashok Leyland has a belief that that exports to neighbouring countries have been a strong focus for the company and helps it to de-risk from the cyclicality in the Indian market and to globalize company’s product portfolio. All details here.
Mitsubishi Outlander was discontinued from the Indian market back in the year 2013. The new model has been on sale in the international markets since 2015 and with the new Outlander, the company is actually launching a product in India after six long years.
In light of the extreme floods in Kerala, Nissan India has just joined in the flurry of corporates rushing to the side of the state extending support to its customers, whose cars have been affected by the flood. Nissan has commissioned a comprehensive service support to all affected Nissan and Datsun customers in the state