Volkswagen India has inaugurated a new workshop in Kerala today. With this new service centre in Kollam, Volkswagen has strengthened their after-sales service in the city.
Mercedes-Benz India has introduced two cars for the Indian market – the S500 Coupe and the S63 AMG Coupe. The S500 Coupe has been priced at Rs 2 crore (ex-showroom Delhi), whereas the S63 AMG Coupe could be yours for Rs 2.6 crore (ex-showroom Delhi).
Ferrari has made it official that it will launch its newest Spider model at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show in September. As a reminder, the recently introduced 488 Spider is Ferrari’s most powerful mid-engined V8 car to feature a retractable hard top.
Audi is unarguably the leading carmaker in automotive lighting technology. After introducing laser headlight technology with the R8 LMX, the brand has gone a step ahead with new Matrix OLED lights that will be unveiled at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
This comes as a big shock to Hyundai. Competition Commission of India (CCI) – the fair trade regulator of India has imposed a fine of Rs 420 crore on Hyundai India for restricting sale of spares in the open market.
Mercedes-Benz India has launched the Crazy Colour Edition of the G63 AMG SUV for a price tag of Rs 2.17 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi). The G-Wagen was introduced in India in 2011 as the G55 AMG and updated in 2013 when the G63 AMG was launched in India. The stylish SUV will further extend the customizable super luxury product portfolio offered to the Indian buyers.
Mahindra has unveiled the first sketches of the TUV 3OO compact SUV (codenamed U301). It is the first in a new range of vehicles from the Mumbai-based manufacturer and will be offered with both petrol and diesel engines.
General Motors will invest $1 billion in India as a part of their long-term growth strategy. This announcement was made by Mary Barra, global CEO, General Motors, who was on her second visit to India.
Photos of a Fiat Linea Elegante have been circulating over the internet, giving us an early glimpse of this special edition C-Segment sedan. Reports suggest that Fiat is planning to launch this new variant as a limited production model, in the next few weeks.
India’s first F1 driver and well-known racer Narain Karthikeyan was spotted behind the wheel of a camouflaged Tata Kite in Lonavala. The car appears to be a production ready model as it is sporting fully functional projector headlights, alloy wheels and proper bumpers. This also indicates that the testing for the car is in its final stages.