A prototype of the second generation Renault Koleos has been spotted testing in southern Europe. The level of camouflage indicates the product is at the early stages of development and it looks like it has grown slightly bigger.
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The Maruti Suzuki Celerio has been launched at the 2014 National Automobile Dealers Association in Nepal for 19.99 lakh NPR (Rs 12.45 lakh). Manufactured and exported from the Indo-Japanese automaker’s plant in Gurgaon, the car is being offered with one engine and two transmission options.
Aston Martin has officially unveiled its limited edition super sedan - the Lagonda. It will be launched in mid-2015 and will be available only in the Middle-East markets for now. To further add to the ‘richness’ pedigree and exclusivity of the Lagonda’s image, sale is strictly only by invitation!
Volvo’s first vehicle to be sold online - the XC90 First Edition was sold out in just 47 hours after going on sale in a few international markets. About 1927 personalised models of the Volvo XC90 First Edition were created to celebrate the launch of the SUV.
In a second spotting, a test mule of the Suzuki YRA hatchback has been spied up close. The company had previously indicated at a new premium hatchback internally codenamed YRA to be positioned above the Swift. This most certainly seems like the YRA, but there are chances this could be a different model too.
BMW 1 Series sedan test mule was spotted in what seems like an early stage of testing. The 1 Series sedan, expected to ride on the UKL platform, is BMW’s answer to the Mercedes CLA and the Audi A3 sedan.
The Maruti Suzuki S-Cross was spotted testing yet again, this time on the Jaipur highway. The images of the fully camouflaged vehicle were sent to us by our reader Arpit Jain.
Lewis Hamilton beat his team mate Nico Rosberg to take the pole position for the 2014 Italian Grand Prix, grabbing yet another one-two start for the Mercedes GP team. The British driver managed to clock 1.24.109 in the Q3 - 0.274 second faster than Rosberg, notching up straight fifth pole position.
We have spied the Tata Bolt many times in the past while being tested out on the roads. The car has been spotted again, this time in South India, with these images clearly showing an orange dashboard.