Renault India has firmly set its sights on getting a five per cent market share by 2016. It aims to achieve this mark by expanding its outlets and service centers as well as entering the volumes segment with a new budget car which it will unveil on May 20.
Mercedes-Benz had started its new customer engagement platform, 'Luxe Drive', with an aim to provide the best and most comprehensive luxury experience to customers across the nation. After hosting successful sessions in Chandigarh, Gurgaon, Jaipur, Surat and Mumbai, the carmaker had organised the same event in Bengaluru on April 25 and 26 at the Varahasandra Express Way, Nice Road.
Volkswagen is planning to have its share in the expanding compact sedan market. They are preparing themselves by developing a sub-four-metre vehicle based on the Vento and Polo. Thanks to our reader Nirmal Neelanthara, two test mules of the same were snapped on test on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway recently.
German sports car maker Porsche is celebrating 10 million Facebook fans in style. The brand is running a 1,000km long road trip around England and Wales in a 918 Spyder. At each stage on the hypercar’s journey, Porsche owners and enthusiasts will be invited to sign the car as a memento of its historic trip.
Land Rover has just made it official that its new Ingenium diesel engine range will be introduced to the new Discovery Sport. Following its launch in September 2014, the mid-size SUV will now be available with the 2-litre Ingenium diesel motor.
The bestselling roadster of all time has rejuvenated itself for 2015 and has just gone on sale in the UK. The model in question is the all-new, fourth generation Mazda MX-5 which has been priced at £18,495 (Rs 17.84 lakh) for the entry-level model. The 9-version range goes on till £23,295 (Rs 22.46 lakh) for the top-spec model.
Hyundai India’s upcoming big launch, the ix25, has been spotted in Chennai by an Indian Autos Blog reader. According to the source, the compact crossover was seen alongside a Ford EcoSport which, in all probability, was being used by Hyundai as a benchmark vehicle.
It’s a big victory for all the motorsports enthusiasts in the country. The government of India has finally recognised motorsports as a sport by including the governing body Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI) in the list of sports ministry backed National Sports Federations (NSF).