General Motors India will launch the refreshed Chevrolet Sail sedan and the U-VA hatchback for the Indian market tomorrow. This will be the first time since 2013 that the Sail sedan will receive a minor facelift that might be carried over to the U-VA hatchback as well.
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Renault will launch the 4x4 version of the Duster, in India, tomorrow. The two new variants with all-wheel-drive transmission (AWD) will be sold alongside the existing line-up of the compact SUV. Apart from the mechanical changes, the AWD also gets few additional features.
Mahindra has updated the Xylo MPV and has revised the prices of only the BS4 variants. The changes are both external as well as internal. On the mechanical front, it is believed that the suspension has been updated.
Yesterday, Italian sports carmaker Lamborghini launched a new dimension in the luxury sports supercars in India, with the Lamborghini Huracan. Said to be filling the space created by the Gallardo, the Huracan now retails in India for Rs 3.43 crore. We spoke to Mr Pavan Shetty, Head of India Operations at Automobili Lamborghini, on the production front and the plans for Lamborghini in India.
Volkswagen may introduce its SEAT brand of vehicles in the Indian market to drive volumes in the A-segment and entry-level B-segment where it currently does not have a presence. This will be the final car brand from the German automaker’s stable to enter the Indian market (if it does come) since it began operations in 2001.
It is said that colours play a major role in a person's mood associations and that determines the way one feels about a product. Mercedes-Benz seems to have taken a note of this and released the pictures of eight stunning colour options for the upcoming AMG-GT.
The facelifted Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 has been spied at the company's facility in Gurgaon. The pictures show the changes to the front and rear of the vehicle and also hint that the car might be equipped with automated manual transmission (AMT).
The upcoming Paris Motor Show is the place to be for those who are fond of snazzy looking concept vehicles. But apart from stuff lined up for the future, the popular motor show also plays host to vehicles that are currently on sale.
Looks like the top Indian car maker doesn’t want to just make regular cars, it wants to few usable technology as well. Maruti Suzuki is currently working on low-cost hybrid technology that will be used in their cars, starting right from the Alto to the Swift hatchback over the next three to four years.
The Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 has been launched in the Indian market at Rs 3.43 crore (ex-showroom Delhi). The Gallardo replacement made its global debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show and like a majority of cars in the company’s history, has been named after a fighting bull.