Japanese automaker Honda has just announced its sales numbers for April 2015. The brand registered monthly domestic sales of 12,636 units, as against 11,040 units sold during the same period last year. In addition to these numbers, Honda also exported a total of 853 cars during April 2015.
April 2015 has been good for Tata Motors which recorded strong growth in certain segments including passenger cars and exports. In fact, the company sold 36,205 vehicles in April 2015, registering a 7 per cent growth over 33,962 vehicles sold in April 2014.
Honda managed to attract a lot of crowd last month at the New York Auto Show with the striking looking Civic concept. Previewing the upcoming generation of the brand’s popular sedan, the concept has now evolved into early production stage as prototype models have started appearing on the web.
Nissan India has inaugurated its first dealership in Jharkhand, taking its overall dealership count to 190 in the country. Titan Nissan is a 3S facility (sales service and spares) which is built over an area of over 33,000sqft along with a showroom space of over 3,000sqft.
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra has been spied undergoing trials in the US. Although the exterior design of the test mule is seen covered in heavy camouflage, there is some respite in the form of clear images of the interior.
Worthersee in Austria is one city that has been hosting the annual gathering of Volkswagen and Skoda tuning enthusiasts for a long time now. Each year, fans from all over the world gather to see some pretty wacky concepts being unveiled by either Volkswagen or Skoda, and this year’s show is no exception. The latter brand has just unveiled a wacky looking pick-up version of its Fabia hatchback.
Soon after making its global debut at the Auto Shanghai 2015 as a concept, the Mercedes-Benz GLC has been spotted near the company’s headquarter in Stuttgart, Germany. The BMW X4 rivaling model has been caught on camera wearing minimal camouflage over the front and rear bumpers, the headlamps and the taillights.
Mercedes-Benz and its group of companies Mercedes-Benz India (MBIL), Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV), Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India (MBRDI) and Daimler Financial Services India (DFS) inaugurated their Safe Roads initiative at a function in New Delhi.
The Toyota Camry facelift has been launched in India for Rs 28.8 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the standard version and Rs 31.92 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the hybrid version. It mostly gets cosmetic updates both inside and outside but remains the same mechanically. The car was unveiled last year at the 2014 New York Auto Show and is currently on sale in most of Toyota’s global markets.