As far as the Indian market is concerned, Hyundai is best known for making feature-rich small hatchbacks and sedans. It comes as bit of a revelation, then, when the same carmaker launches a BMW-rivalling luxury sedan for nearly half a crore.
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We all are aware of Toyota’s reputation of making environmentally friendly hybrid vehicles. As the maker of the world’s bestselling hybrid, the Prius , the Japanese brand is now hard at work making hybrid power even more efficient.
Mercedes-Benz India launched the highly improved new C-Class late last year although only in petrol-powered guise. In a bid to strengthen this new model’s position in the executive sedan space, the brand is now expected to launch the C220 CDI diesel next month.
Tata Motors will launch the Zest, their latest compact sedan, in Nepal next month. The company launched the car in India last year and now the manufacturer will start exporting the car to the neighbouring country.
Maruti Suzuki might launch their premium compact crossover, the SX4 S-Cross, for the Indian market in May this year, says a report by the Business Standard. The crossover was first unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and Suzuki has already globally launched it.
Volkswagen will launch the facelifted Jetta in India on February 17 at an event in Mumbai. This latest D-Segment offering from the German carmaker gets mild revisions to distinguish it from the version currently on sale.
Land Rover recently recreated history by building a replica of the production line used to manufacture the company’s first 4x4 off roaders in 1948. Called the ‘Defender Celebration Line’ , the recreation shows in detail how the first Series I Land Rover was built just after the Second World War.
The 2015 Geneva Motor Show is expected to signal a turning point in the recent history for Honda in Europe. With a host of new and refreshed models lined up for launch in 2015, the motor show will play host to quite a few exciting cars including the debut of the all-new Civic Type R hot hatch.
McLaren has announced that it will showcase its next creation at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. Called the 675LT, this new model revives the brand’s ‘Longtail’ name previously given to the iconic F1 GTR ‘Longtail’.
Those looking to buy the BMW i3 this year will have to shell out a bit more as the German automaker has just bumped the prices up by around $1,075 (Rs 66,000). According to a few reports, the highly versatile EV now carries a price tag of $43,350 (Rs 26.64 lakh) marking a slight increase in retail prices.