We have discussed the two pillars of EV technology – the batteries and the chipsets. Now comes the third one and it is not limited to EVs. The advancement in equipment has allowed every field of science to grow by leaps and bounds.
Cars from Aston Martin have always stood out among the crowd and impressed car fans with its impressive styling, performance and plenty of comfort features. Considering the growing demand for premium luxury cars in India, the British luxury sports carmaker Aston Martin has revealed its plans to launch one new super luxury car in the Indian market every year.
Their first product is a modern, mid-sized, tech-laden SUV called the Lynk & Co 01. The car will make its debut in China next year and will make its way to global markets of Europe and American by 2018.
The S90 is the new flagship sedan from Volvo and an impressive one at that. On the back of the success of the XC90, Volvo seems to have yet another winner on their hands. The S90 feels luxurious, soothing, comfortable and premium both on the inside as well as out.
Gearing up for the festive season, American automaker Chevrolet is now selling the Enjoy MPV at a lucrative starting price of Rs 4.99 lakh. The revised pricing will definitely lure buyers who have been keen on driving home an MPV and only refrained from doing so due to high prices. Until now, only the Innova from Toyota and Maruti Suzuki’s Ertiga have been performing well in the segment and with the new festive offer, Chevrolet might stand a chance to gain some sales momentum in this category.
Mahindra is all set for the official unveiling of the new e2oPlus at an event in Delhi tomorrow. The carmaker has been teasing the upcoming car since the start of this month and now will finally launch it for the Indian market.
Chinese technology giant LeEco has some big plans to contribute to the future of automobiles and the ecosystem for mobile connectivity among cars. The brand recently unveiled its all-new concept called LeSee Pro.
BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo has finally been introduced in India in two diesel – 320d Sport Line (base variant) and the 320d Luxury Line (mid variant), while petrol is offered as top-spec 330i Luxury Line. The car comes with fresh design upgrades and the thrilling performance numbers that GT’s have always been associated with.
The mid-engine sports car Aventador from the Italian manufacturer was launched in 2011 and is looking forward to a midlife refreshment. Cladded under the camouflage, the facelift has been caught testing on a track.
Hyundai is showing off not one, but four jazzed up vehicles at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Korean automaker is displaying a nitrous-based Santa Fe concept, a race-ready Veloster concept, a road racer Elantra concept and a “Santa-Fast” SUV with 1,040bhp.
The 2017 Hyundai Verna has made its debut in China after the unveiling at the Chengdu Motor Show earlier this year. In India, the Verna is now more than five years old after the introduction of the fluidic styling and is due to be replaced especially with the competition cars already a generation ahead. Hyundai is expected to launch the new generation car next year to maintain their challenge in the C-segment.
Jeep has begun their conquest in India with the launch of the Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and the Grand Cherokee SRT. This legendary brand is synonymous with everything off-road but has grown to be a representation of luxury, power and style. With the range starting from Rs. 71.59 lac, does Jeep have what it takes to capture the Indian sentiment?
The Elantra is Hyundai's flagship executive sedan that has been around for 26 years with over 11.5 million units sold globally. This new generation is sleeker and more feature-packed than ever before. With a choice of two engine options, nine variants, five colours and an introductory price of 12.99 lakh rupees, does the new Elantra impress? Let's find out!