In this fiercely competitive automotive world a carmaker needs to match its competition, spec to spec and feature to feature. While BMW was the first to launch laser headlights with Audi following suit, Mercedes was left trailing. The company is now developing a next-generation of LED headlights.
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Nissan India has organised a free check-up camp for their customers. The camp has already begun and will continue up to November 17. Nissan car owners can get their cars checked for free at the nearest dealership.
Mercedes-Benz India recently inaugurated a new dealership in Nashik, Maharashtra. This is the 66th dealership the German carmaker has opened in our country.
Ford India has begun selling over-the-counter spares in Delhi. The company has appointed Eminent Auto Parts as its exclusive distributor in the capital, who will distribute these spares to small retailers and independent repair shops.
‘The chariot of the modern royalty’ is pretty much the single line that you can use to describe Rolls-Royce for the 21st century and this is why the speciality British automaker plans to celebrate with a special edition in Dubai. Dubbed the Maharaja Phantom Drop Head Coupe, it has been created for customers in Dubai and will only be on sale in the global Arab City-state.
Audi will be presenting its latest-generation TT range at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. The range will include the much improved coupe and convertible models of what has been one of the best-selling sports cars of the modern era.
Honda India, undoubtedly, is on a roll at the moment. The demand for the new City and the Mobilio has been so overwhelming that the brand recently has had to start a second shift at its Tapukara manufacturing facility.
Renault India periodically conducted free service camps across its dealerships India this year. With more than 400 such free service camps organised till last month, the company has catered to 20,000 Renault customers.
The Honda Civic facelift has been launched in Malaysia for RM 1,13,800 (Rs 20.98 lakh). This refreshed model is cheaper than the previous model by RM 2,200 (Rs 40,500) and comes with minor cosmetic changes.
It’s the newest in a line of uber luxury cars from a luxury brand famous for its engine note and octagonal grille. Yes, we are talking about the Aston Martin and its latest stretched out exclusive Lagonda Taraf which, now according to reports, is being considered for markets outside of the GCC.