Mercedes-Benz, it seems, is on a run to reinvent itself for the second decade of the 21st century. After updating a large part of its range over last 2-3 years, it has now decided to revise its badge and engine nomenclature from 2015 in a bid to simplify its range. Its core models, the A-Class, B-Class, C-Class, E-Class and S-Class will all continue to retain the traditional names while the other vehicles in the range will get new names connected to any one of these core models.
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We have had many exterior spy pictures of the upcoming second-gen BMW X1, now take a look at its interior. These are the first comprehensive interior spy pictures of the upcoming crossover from BMW.
Swedish carmaker Volvo has plans to develop a new compact crossover that will sit below the XC60. The company hasn’t confirmed a name for the car yet, but there are rumours that it will be called the XC40.
Bentley’s current two door Continental is known to be supremely luxurious and very quick, but never has anyone ever appreciated how agile and light it is on its feet. However, this notion could change for the good with the next-generation version of the Continental which is due in 2017.
Got your eye set on Porsche’s extravagant 918 Spyder? You will need to speed up your plans to buy one soon, as the German automaker has just announced that all the examples of the hybrid supercar could be sold out completely by early December.
Audi is busy preparing the next-generation model of the A4 sedan, as seen in this new set of spy shots by World Car Fans. As reported earlier, the German automaker is said to be working on a radical new design for its popular luxury sedan, however, the camouflaged prototype in these shots show an evolutionary look with sharper lines.
After giving us a sneak peek of the 2015 Everest last week, American auto giant Ford has now completely revealed the newly developed SUV. The automaker has revealed that this new model will go on sale next year, globally, including India where it will be sold as the Endeavour.
Close on the heels of the news that Toyota USA has issued a recall for the Camry due to a possible defect in the front suspension, Toyota India has done the same. The company, in a statement, has announced that it will be recalling 119 units of the Camry in India.
Honda Cars India has inaugurated a new showroom in Secunderabad, marking it to be their 200th dealership in India. The company plans to expand their network in our country by opening new dealerships in many other cities.
Honda will launch their latest MPV, the Mobilio, in Kenya, early next year. The probabilities of Honda Car India Limited exporting the vehicle to Kenya is more considering the South African market already receives it from our country.