After launching six vehicles in the first six months, Mercedes-Benz is gearing up for the biggest launch of the year. The reason we say the biggest is because the company is launching not one but three vehicles on July 30th.
General Motors (GM) India has launched the updated Enjoy MPV starting at Rs 6.24 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi). The car’s cabin gets some changes, which are more of improvements to the earlier model.
During the unveiling of the Aegea sedan at the Istanbul Motor Show in May, Fiat had revealed that the project will spawn two more models – a compact hatchback and an estate. Now for the first time ever, the hatchback version of the Project Aegea has been spotted undergoing trials in Europe.
Audi has launched the latest generation model of the TT for the Chinese market. A famed design icon, this new generation model comes in Coupe and Roadster form, with prices ranging between 542.800 yuan (Rs 55 lakh) and 617.800 yuan (Rs 63 lakh) depending on the trim.
Porsche India has appointed Jubilant Performance Cars Private Limited (JPC) as a dealer for its operations in Mumbai. JPC will take over the operations of Porsche Centre Mumbai with immediate effect.
The country’s largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki has set a new target. It is aiming to sell two million units by 2020.
Chevrolet recently unveiled the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze packed with new features and now the company has demonstrated a first of its kind Active Phone Cooling system. This global feature will be seen in the new sedan and also carried over to the company's upcoming cars.
The first Civic Type R rolled off the production line at Honda’s UK facility only last week and the Japanese carmaker has made a big announcement relating to the car’s export prospects. In his inaugural speech as Honda’s CEO, Takahiro Hachigo announced that the new Civic Type R, built in Britain, will be destined for customers in Japan.
Bentley’s first ever luxury SUV – the Bentayga, is expected to arrive later this year but before the grand unveiling, the vehicle has been spied again. This time in Dubai. Wearing minimal camouflage, the highly awaited model was seen at a fuel station near an airport.