Maruti Suzuki has just launched the Dzire with the Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology at Rs 8.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Dzire becomes the first diesel car and the fourth model in the Maruti line-up to get the AGS technology.
A Fiat Linea with Abarth badging has been spied at their factory in Ranjangaon and may debut at the 2016 Auto Expo. This car is expected to follow the same formula as the Avventura powered by Abarth and could be the top-spec variant for the Italian automaker.
While Audi has already confirmed the arrival of the Q1 on a couple of occasions in the past, the other relevant news around this forthcoming model is that it will wear the Q2 moniker instead of the Q1. Irrespective of the badge, there is no denying that this new compact crossover will be a crucial model for Audi in a number of global markets.
The Delhi High Court has asked the AAP government, if the experiment with odd-even rule can be discontinued by this Friday. Hearing multiple public interest pleas, the court observed that great inconvenience was caused to the public due to inadequate public transport infrastructure.
Maruti Suzuki India had launched the Swift Dzire Tour for taxi operators back in 2012. This was a completely feature-stripped first-generation so far as to missing the left wing mirror. Hyundai has now decided to take it on with its feature-stripped Xcent.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) are going big for the Auto Expo in Delhi next month. Along with the Fiat beauties, you will see the sporty Abarths and the Jeeps that will be launched in India very soon.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has decided to jump from BS-IV to BS-VI emission norms directly. The Indian government will skip BS-V emission norms altogether and the new norms will be in place by April 1, 2020.
Hyundai is changing the conventional methods of a car owner's manual by developing a smartphone-based one. This will include an app that will make things easier for the owner by quickly finding out the necessary information about their car.
Tata Motors is rumoured to be working on a sub-four metre saloon based on the Tata Zica and pictures of camouflaged vehicles on test have shown up on the internet. Tata is expected to showcase this vehicle at the upcoming Auto Expo 2016 in Delhi.
A spy shot of Honda’s next generation Civic saloon being tested in Thailand has surfaced on the internet. This confirms the rumours that Thailand will get the same body style of the Honda Civic saloon that was launched in the US market in October.
BMW has taken the wraps off its i8 mirrorless concept at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016. In the most simple of terms, BMW has taken off the mirrors from the i8 and replaced them with cameras improving the aerodynamics of the car.
The Kwid can firmly be called as the game-changer for Renault knowing how the entry-level hatchback has helped the company post good sales numbers. Renault India's sales in December 2015 shot up by 160 per cent in comparison to the previous year’s sales numbers.
Ford India has imported the Kuga SUV for R&D. The Kuga is a slightly larger vehicle than the five-seater SUVs like the Renault Duster, Hyundai Creta and Nissan Terrano and might be launched in India, to plug the gap between the EcoSport and the soon to be launched Endeavour.
Tata Motors has revealed that its new design language will be called IMPACT. The first car to get this philosophy is the new Zica compact hatchback and it comprises the concept of ‘Immediate IMPACT at first sight and lasting IMPACT over time.’
The New Year brings with it many new cars, some of them scheduled to launch within the next few weeks. Mahindra and Mercedes-Benz have already confirmed dates for their scheduled launches, while our sources hint at the debut of couple of others. Here is a compiled list of cars that you will be able to buy before the end of this month.
The National Green Tribunal has asked Volkswagen and its subsidiaries Skoda and Audi to give an undertaking by January 11 that it will not sell any vehicles in India fitted with the ‘Cheat Device’. The engine in question currently powers a range of models in the Volkswagen, Skoda and Audi range.
Jeep has begun their conquest in India with the launch of the Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee SRT. This legendary brand is synonymous with everything off-road but has grown to be a representation of luxury, power and style. With the range starting from Rs. 71.59 lac, does Jeep have what it takes to capture the Indian sentiment?
The Elantra is Hyundai's flagship executive sedan that has been around for 26 years with over 11.5 million units sold globally. This new generation is sleeker and more feature-packed than ever before. With a choice of two engine options, nine variants, five colours and an introductory price of 12.99 lakh rupees, does the new Elantra impress? Let's find out!