Fiat has unveiled the Aegea project at the ongoing Istanbul Motor Show in Turkey. Unlike other sedans, which are extended versions of compact hatchbacks, the Aegea has been developed from ground up as a proper four-door sedan, for the Italian manufacturer’s 40 markets across the globe.
Mahindra and Mahindra has started teasing the facelifted XUV 500 through their official website. The updated vehicle will be launched for the Indian market on May 25.
Not long ago, Fiat India teased the Abarth 595 Competizione which is headed for the Indian market. First unveiled in India last year, the hot hatchback has just received a power upgrade and more features as standard in select global markets.
BMW has accidentally confirmed the existence of the M4 GTS, by putting up the model in the ordering system for its dealerships in the US. Though the image leaked by BimmerPost doesn’t divulge any technical details of the M4 GTS, it does reveal that the track-focussed two-door coupe will go on sale in the US around March 2016.
Lamborghini has announced that the Asterion LP I910-4 will make an appearance at the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este 2015, later this week. The mid-engined hybrid concept will hope to win the crown of the design award in the ‘Concept Cars and Prototypes’ category at the annual historic car event, which is held at the Villa Erba, on the shores of Lake Como.
After commencing exports from the Ennore port in Chennai back in September 2010, Nissan India has just announced that it will soon export its 500,000th vehicle from the gateway.
Hyundai Motor Company is planning to set up a new factory in India that will take care of its future product line. This information was revealed by the company’s chairman Chung Mong-Koo soon after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Korea.
Mercedes-Benz has launched their most expensive car ever in the Indian market -the S600 Guard. Priced at Rs 8.9 crore (ex-showroom Delhi), this armoured vehicle is a made-to-order car and is being targeted at politicians, diplomats and businessmen.
Fiat's famous retro-styled hatchback, the Abarth 500, made its debut in India at the 2014 Auto Expo. The hot hatch is yet to be launched for the Indian market and the carmaker has started teasing the car through its official website.