The 2015-2016 Union Budget will be presented in the Indian Parliament on February 28 and ahead of its highly anticipated arrival the auto industry is echoing common sentiments across segments and sectors. There is hope that this government will bring some further relief to the industry.
The Tata Bolt is going places. The hatchback’s next stop, as we gather, will be at the Geneva Motor Show 2015 and that too in a sportier avatar.
This should be interesting news for the fledgling electric vehicle segment in India. According to a report in ET, Mahindra Reva has said it is ready to license electric vehicle technology to other carmakers.
Volkswagen Motorsport India’s second round of driver’s selection for the Vento Cup 2015 will be seen over the coming weekend in Pune. Being conducted on the same lines of the first drivers’ selection, this round will be held at the Indi Karting Track in Kharadi, Pune and will be tested over various parameters.
Audi has unveiled the new 2016 R8 ahead of its debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Built on a completely new platform shared with the Lamborghini Huracan, the second-generation R8 is the most powerful and fastest production model that Audi has ever made.
Renault India has introduced the 2015 model of the Pulse hatchback for a starting price of Rs 5.03 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The MY 15 version gets a few additional features to keep it relevant in the competitive premium hatchback segment, apart from offering an extended warranty and attractive finance schemes.
Maruti Suzuki may set up separate showrooms to retail its more premium models which will begin to arrive in the Indian market over the course of the next two years . There are expected to be around 30-35 showrooms spread out across various urban centers and their presence is expected to go a long way in helping Maruti Suzuki move its image beyond that of a small hatchback manufacturer.
The Lamborghini Aventador SV (super Veloce) has been teased in a video ahead of its official debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Dubbed the most reactive car it is expected to be the most powerful version of the Aventador in terms of outright performance but will not look as extreme as the Veneno.
The new Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV has been spotted sans camouflage ahead of its official debut later this year. It will replace the GLK SUV and will finally be available in both right and left-hand drive when launched by the end of this year.
As the Geneva Motor Show 2015 nears, the Internet is also heating up with a flurry of photos of formerly disguised cars now without their camouflage on. Today, we have for you a gallery on the 2016 McLaren 675LT.