Nissan is planning to launch an entry- level electric vehicle for the Indian market. This development was announced during the launch of the Nissan Leaf, in Bhutan, in collaboration with local firm Thunder Motors.
Toyota has announced that the next -generation variants of both, the Innova and the Fortuner, will be based on a different platform from the current models. The new platform is called Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA).
Known for making extreme yet luxurious off-roaders capable of invading the toughest of terrains, the Jeep brand has introduced a special edition model of the Wrangler at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The Tata Aria has been in the Indian market since October 2010 and until now; the vehicle has really struggled in terms of sales. Despite its good quality cabin and a fairly potent diesel engine, the Aria is outclassed in the presence of Toyota Innova and the Mahindra XUV 500.
A Mahindra vehicle has been spied testing near the company’s R&D centre in Chennai by an automotive blog. So is it the S101? No. The Scorpio facelift? No. It is a different vehicle altogether. In the spy pictures the test mule is seen with no rear bumper and a steel box on the tail gate. We think, it’s the all-new Bolero.
German luxury carmaker Audi is readying a minor facelift for its popular compact city car called the A1. The brand has even started running tests for this upgraded model as one of the prototypes has been spied during cold weather testing in Sweden.
Lamborghini Huracan was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show and left everyone gasping for breath. The makers of this gorgeous sports car have sent one to India and a leading publication has posted spy pictures of the car being unloaded after its arrival at the Mumbai Airport.
The BMW 2 Series may be still new, and already has an M powered version for road and track assault. But, can there be more from the M235i that was reserved for the best? With BMW anything’s possible and the amount of power is never too much.
Hyundai’s much awaited Xcent sedan has been spotted testing without any camouflage. The car, recently unveiled during the Auto Expo, is slated for a grand launch on March 12, 2014. This car had no badges, and was seen with chrome door handles and alloy-wheels indicating it’s the top-end variant.
The HB20 is a Brazil-exclusive model manufactured and sold by Hyundai Motor Brasil. Designed to take on the compact hatchback segment which is the biggest and most competitive segment in the country's auto industry, the HB20 is a fairly good looking vehicle. The HB20, however, has been spied on test in China, signifying Hyundai’s plans to launch this model in the Chinese market in the future.