Volkswagen’s upcoming five-seater CUV (Crossover Utility Vehicle), the Taigun, has been digitally rendered. First showcased at the Sao Paolo Motor Show in October 2012, the Taigun concept featured design cues from other Volkswagen hatchbacks like the Up! and the Golf, and is expected to be unveiled in its production avatar by the end of this year.
While we are waiting for the next-generation Innova, a report suggests that the latest iteration of the MPV will be launched in Thailand in Q3 2015. The same model is expected to be launched for the Indian market by early 2016.
India Hot Rod Festival (IHRF) has been organised at the Buddha International Circuit (BIC) on July 25-26. Custom built cars and motorcycles will be displayed at the event.
Porsche India will open its Kolkata showroom on May 30. Located on the automotive hub of Topsia Road, this showroom is geared to provide customers with a nice sales experience through the state-of-the-art facility.
Launched in 2012, the A-Class is still one of the most striking looking premium hatchbacks and yet it looks like Mercedes wants to make it even better with a facelifted version. The hatchback has just been spotted testing on the fearsome Nurburgring in Germany.
Hyundai has beaten all to become the first automaker to launch Android Auto on production vehicles. The Korean brand has revealed that the smartphone based intuitive interface will debut on the 2015 Sonata with navigation facility, and will later become available on other Hyundai USA models.
Mahindra has a considerable amount of presence in the Australian market as a utility vehicle maker. So it comes as no surprise that the new XUV500 is scheduled to launch in the land down under, just a day after its debut in India.
German auto giant Volkswagen is expanding its production capacity in China with the addition of a new vehicle plant. Located in Changsha, southern China, this new production facility is VW’s 119th global facility and its 20th in China.
Audi Japan has revealed an ultra-exclusive model of the A8. With only five units to be built, this new model is called the A8 L Chauffeur special edition and features several updates both for the exterior and the interior.
Introduced in 2009, the X1 is the smallest and the most affordable crossover model BMW makes. It’s also one of the products that is about to be refreshed soon with a heavy dose of styling and mechanical upgrades.