Honda will add safety features to their entry level cars, the Brio and the Amaze. While not giving us exact details, Raman Kumar Sharma, vice president Honda Cars India, said the updates will be added with the beginning of the new product life-cycle of the individual cars – Honda Brio, Honda Amaze, Honda Jazz and Honda Mobilio.
Audi has some really grand plans to take its ultra-luxurious range of cars to a whole new level. As a matter of fact, the brand is currently contemplating a joint programme to design and develop next-gen models of the A7, the A8 and the A6. Audi has even stepped up development of the A6 a good couple of years before its official global launch.
The second generation BMW X1 has been launched in India at the Auto Expo 2016. The new model is significantly different from the previous X1, offering more space and better performance. Also, for the first time, BMW is offering AWD with its entry-level crossover.
It’s Mahindra’s rival to the ever impressive Maruti Swift and quite a unique one at that. It’s because of the way it looks – like an SUV. Sure, there is no shortage of stylish hatchbacks in the segment, but with the KUV 100, Mahindra has tried to give it a chunky, crossover-like stance and it definitely stands out from the crowd. As SUVs are the flavour of the moment in our country a jacked-up look assures its appeal.