The rumours that Ferrari had started work on the FF facelift have finally been put to rest now. Here are some exclusive pictures of the FF three-door shooting brake, winter testing in Sweden. This testing is expected to go on for quite sometime and we can soon expect more spy-shots.
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Tata's upcoming new hatchback from the 'Kite' project was spotted on test again. The increase in the sightings of the test vehicles hints that the manufacturer has spruced up the testing process of the small hatchback.
Chevrolet is busy testing what looks like the new US-spec version of the Cruze. We say US-spec because GM has already introduced the latest version of the D-segment sedan; however, it’s the China-spec model that was revealed in April last year.
Hyundai's new crossover based on the Elite i20 hatchback was spotted again, this time revealing a new brown colour similar to the Santa Fe from Hyundai's current line-up. The new compact crossover is expected to be launched in a couple of months from now.
The current government is serious about making a big difference in the Indian automotive industry. It recently drafted a new motor vehicles act and showed its intention to make ABS and airbags mandatory on all cars. Now the Indian government is planning to skip an emission norm stage and adopt BS-VI directly.
Maruti Suzuki has launched the Windsong edition of the Swift for a price of Rs 5.14 lakh. The new model is the revised Swift that was launched last year but comes with many changes to the exterior and interior.
The Accord is one of Honda’s most popular models in the US; however, things are dramatically different in Europe where the model has just been dropped off the Japanese automaker’s line up. The decision to end sales of the Accord has been taken after the vehicle’s disappointing performance in the European markets.
When the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz was launched in October last year, the car was available with Z(O) trim as the top-spec version. Now, however, Maruti has introduced a new flagship variant in the form of the Ciaz Z+.
2014 was when global New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) agency took Indian vehicles very seriously. It showed the safety flaw of the Indian cars and that didn’t go well with the manufacturers. The car manufacturers in India then argued that they meet the Indian safety requirements and this made the government to upgrade their testing facilities.
The MPV market is expanding quickly in our country with different manufacturers planning to bring in new vehicles for the Indian market. Snapped by our friends at PowerDrift, the Renault Lodgy Stepway was spotted on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway in a disguised avatar.