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.
The Honda Accord Hybrid will be launched for the Indian market tomorrow. It is the new flagship vehicle from the Japanese automaker and was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo. It will be the second hybrid car to enter the market and will take on the likes of the Toyota Camry Hybrid and the soon-to-be-launched Volkswagen Passat GTE.
Whenever a premium carmaker unveils a full-size luxury sedan, one can expect it to come with a long wheelbase model designed specifically for China. That’s exactly the sort of thing that’s happening with the 2017 5 Series.
What you see here is Hyundai’s all-new mid-size sedan that will soon launch in China. To be launched as the Celesta, this new offering will slot in between the Verna and the Elantra and make its debut in April next year at the Beijing Auto Show.
Mercedes-Benz has teased a pickup truck concept car ahead of its official debut on October 25. This will be first for the German automaker and is the fruit of labour from the alliance between parent company Daimler and Japanese automaker Nissan. This new vehicle is based on the latter’s Navara pickup truck.
Tata Motors is the latest one to hike the prices across its range in the country. Potential customers will now have to pay an additional price ranging between Rs 5,000 to Rs 12,000 depending on the model. Mayank Parekh, President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit added that the prices of raw materials such as zinc and steel have also gone up thereby prompting the company to increase its vehicle prices.
Skoda has just revealed that the brand has produced 1 lakh units of the current gen Superb. The announcement comes as part of the model’s 15th anniversary. Since the launch of the first Superb in 2001, Skoda has produced around 9 lakh units of all three generation models.
Generally, the Festive season is not the perfect time to go out and buy a car as the demand is high and the dealers do not budge from their magic figures. But if you wanted an Audi, this is the time you would want to visit a dealership. The older generation Audi A4 is being offered at almost the ex-showroom price and if you can haggle further, you may go even below that.
Tiago-based sedan called Kite 5 has been spotted testing multiple times and is ready to go into production. However, due to the overwhelming response to the Tiago, there will be delay in Kite 5’s production.
The Tata Hexa is the new SUV from the Indian automaker and will be their competitor to take on the likes of the Mahindra XUV500, currently the most successful vehicle after the Toyota Innova in this part of the market. We have driven the car and have come away quite impressed with what the automaker has to offer. Now, in a bid to see where it stands we have pitched it against the Mahindra XUV500 in a spec comparison. Read on to find out how both vehicles stack up against each other.
The newly launched e2oPlus from Mahindra, as the name suggests, is now bigger and better than its predecessor. The new model is available in three variants – P4, P6 and P8. The all-electric hatchback from the Indian automaker gets fresh cosmetic upgrades and new technological upgrades. Unlike the older two-door model, the new model comes with four-doors.
Jeep continues testing the Renegade in India as a camouflaged unit was snapped taking rounds recently. This is despite no plans of launching it in India yet, and also having a locally made Jeep by 2017.
We have driven the new Tata Hexa and even though it did impress us, we still walked away feeling it needed to do more. The Tata Hexa is being positioned as a capable, all-terrain, luxurious, lifestyle offering; one that would make for an ideal replacement for cars like the Hyundai Elantra and the Toyota Corolla. Not to mention an alternative to both the Mahindra XUV500 and to an extent the Toyota Innova Crysta.
The Tata Hexa is the Indian carmaker's new flagship. Built on the same platform as the now discontinued Aria, the Hexa has seen a sea of revisions that should make it a way more enticing buy. Given Tata prices it right.
Mercedes-Benz has announced that it will launch the cabriolet versions of the C-Class and S-Class for the Indian market on November 9. The former will be in the C300 variant while the more expensive S-Class will be launched in the S500 variant as seen at the 2016 Auto Expo.
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!