Land Rover has just revealed a first look inside the new Discovery Sport with the release of a short film showing glimpses of the cabin design. The bold new compact SUV is the first member of the new Discovery family which will replace the ageing Freelander.
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The Central Government is aiming to scrap RTOs (Regional Transport Offices) and bring in a more efficient and alternative system within the next few months. This statement was issued by the Union Minister of road transport and highways, Nitin Gadkari, in Pune, yesterday.
Last week, the Project 7 made its American debut at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and Jaguar has now officially started accepting bookings of the car in the US market. The car has been priced at USD 1,65,000 (Rs 1.0 crore) and deliveries are expected to commence around March 2015.
Ford India has announced to start the over-the-counter (OTC) sales of genuine spares. This makes them join the industry leaders Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata and Mahindra who have been following this route since the last few years.
Skoda has officially taken the covers off the new Fabia, ahead of the car’s public debut at the upcoming Paris Motor Show in October. The Czech automaker has done so after releasing several teasers of this new model in the past few weeks.
Maruti Suzuki has commenced the production of the Ciaz and the car is expected to be launched next month. The pre-launch bookings of the vehicle might start soon for both petrol and diesel variants.
Mercedes-Benz India has announced a 2.5 per cent hike in the prices of all models across their range which will be effective from September 1. The company says this upward revision is due to the rising input costs coupled with continued high exchange rate.
Renault India is planning to launch three new models to get a larger share inthe Indian market. The proceedings will be done by the Duster all-wheel-drive, a sub Rs 4 lakh hatchback and an MPV to take on the likes of Honda Mobilio and Maruti Ertiga.
When Ford unveiled and subsequently launched the 2015 Mustang, it announced that the iconic sports car which had just entered its Golden Jubilee year would be integrated into the One Ford Programme. This significant piece of information meant that for the first time, the car would be properly manufactured and exported to RHD markets which had previously got the car via a local conversion (Japan) or in small numbers (Australia). Now for the first time since the announcement, Ford has officially released a photo of the first RHD Mustang to leave the assembly line and much to everyone’s surprise it is the iconic top of the line 5.0-litre V8 engined version.
It was previewed in the form a single teaser two weeks ago and now it is here finally.Yes, for those who are in the know-how, will be aware that the Italian supercar maker began its own one-make racing series in 2012 called the Gallardo Super Trofeo. With the baby Lambo being phased out in favour of the new Huracan , it was only a matter of time before a Huracan Super Trofeo made its debut, which it has now done, at ‘the The Quail car show’ in Montery California.