Toyota is celebrating the first anniversary of the Camry Hybrid in India. The company has sold 541 units of the hybrid car in our country till date and is so pleased with its performance that they plan to introduce more such vehiclesin the Indian market.
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Suzuki will launch the new Alto for the Japanese market on December 22. The set of images reveal the car’s new design, however, the prices of the different variants are still not known.
Audi has launched the A4 Premium Sport variant for Rs 38 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It is a mid-level variant and will sit between the Premium and Technology variants. The addition and changes to the vehicle are completely cosmetic and it is being offered with the diesel engine option.
Barely a day after Toyota marked the arrival of its Mirai fuel cell sedan; Honda, too, has introduced a new fuel cell vehicle for the masses. Although a concept for now, this new show car will pave way for the FCV production model that is scheduled to go on sale in Japan by the end of March 2016 and subsequently in the US and Europe.
Bentley has unveiled a new open top concept, ahead of the vehicle’s public debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this month. Called the Grand Convertible, Bentley describes it as the most sophisticated open-top car ever created by the British luxury marquee.
Force has been testing the different 4x4 versions of the Force One on the outskirts of Pune. While we had spotted the EX variant earlier, this time the SX model was sighted.
BMW will launch the modern 3-door version and the evolved 5-door variant tomorrow at an event in Mumbai. Both the cars were expected to be introduced for the Indian market by the end of this year and finally they will go on sale tomorrow.
Tata Motors Zest now commands a waiting period of up to six months on select variants. In this case it seems like Tata has been caught off-guard by the demand for the new compact sedan. In an interview with a publication Mayank Pareek, president, passenger vehicles business unit said they haven’t been able to meet demand for the car.
After sending out several teaser images and a video, Ford officially unveiled the new Everest a few days back. It is known that the full size SUV will go on sale in various Asian markets starting next year and it seems Chinese buyers will be among the initial audience to get hold of the model.
The Maruti Suzuki YRA hatchback has been spotted sans camouflage. At first glance two things seem to be visible- the new premium hatchback appears to be production ready and will be a four-metre plus model. The former means it should make a debut by the end of 2015 at best.