Volkswagen has unveiled the redesigned Volkswagen Touareg ahead of the car’s debut at the Beijing Motor Show later this month. Boasting of a refreshed design both at the front and back, new features and improved efficiency, the Touareg facelift promises to be more competitive than ever.
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Ford displayed its first ever Mustang at the New York Auto fair 50 years ago. The American auto giant to celebrate this feat, unveiled the 50th anniversary edition 2015 Mustang at the ongoing New York Auto Show. The anniversary edition will be limited to 1,964 units (the number is to commemorate the launch year of the Mustang) only.
Mazda has just taken the covers off the 25th anniversary edition MX-5 at the ongoing New York Auto Show. This new special edition model has been conceived to celebrate 25 years of existence of what has been the most successful roadster of all time.
The upcoming sub-four metre sedan from Tata Motors, the Zest, has been spotted testing in Bangalore. Our reader Saurabh Jha snapped these pictures of the car on Hosur Road. The company has been testing the car in a disguised avatar quite frequently. The regular sightings make us believe that the manufacturer might launch the car soon.
Audi has said it will hike the prices of its vehicles by about three per cent to negate the currency fluctuation and increased input cost. This revision in prices will be effective May 1, 2014.
The rivalry between General Motors and Ford will go down in history as one of the fiercest battles in the automotive industry. While matching their vehicles spec to spec and feature to feature is mandatory, but appreciating the competition’s offering is not heard of very often. Chevy begs to differ and pays tribute to the Mustang’s 50th anniversary.
Ferrari has officially confirmed that a track-only XX version of its LaFerrari hyper car is being developed by the newly established Sporting Activity Department of the company. The revelation was made by Antonello Coletta, the Head of Sporting Activity Department at Ferrari Racing Day in Sydney. The LaFerrari XX will be the fifth XX-badged car in the Italian car maker’s history and is expected to be ready in the first quarter of next year.
Hyundai may introduce a 1.0-litre Kappa-engined variant for its entry-level Eon hatchback. The car is currently offered with an 800cc engine that produces 55bhp and 75Nm of torque. This engine (the 1.0-litre Kappa) is currently on offer in Europe where it has been tuned to produce 65bhp and 95Nm of torque and currently powers the new i10.
Bugatti has launched the fifth edition of its Legends series of cars. Comprising six editions of three models, this pays tribute to the Type 18 ‘Black Bess’ which the German-owned French automaker says was the first ever street legal sports car.
Aston Martin has announced that they will be launching two new cars at the 2014 New York Auto Show (NYAS). Aston Martin has also released the price structure of both the cars. The V8 Vantage GT will start at a base price of USD 99,000 (Rs 59.66 lakh) while the DB9 Carbon Edition will set you back a cool USD 1,99,995 (Rs 1.2 crore).