Globally popular premium sports carmaker Porsche had globally launched the 718 Cayman and Boxster over a year ago. This time around both the cars will be officially launched in India on February 15. Both the cars are expected to be priced between Rs 80 lakh – Rs 85 lakh (Ex-showroom).
Japanese automaker Toyota mildly tweaks the top-spec Innova ZX variant, which now gets 16-inch alloys as standard. It is believed that the company’s decision has been influenced by customer feedbacks. Until now, only the Innova ZX variant was offered with 17-inch alloys, while the rest of the variants came with 16-inch alloys.
A convertible version of the facelifted Ford Mustang has been showcased just a few days after the hardtop was unveiled for the American market. It gets a revised design, updated engine list and will go on sale in the US of A later this year.
American automaker Ford has been undertaking various social welfare and customer interaction initiatives in recent times. As part of company’s growth plans, the automaker will be expanding its service and sales network across tier-3 and tier-4 towns. As against the current 376 sales and service facility in the country, Ford will increase it to 500 outlets in next 2-3 year period.
Toyota Innova has always been a strong player in the MPV segment. As per reports, the Innova from Toyota reported a total turnover of $2.4 billion in 2016, thereby making it the highest revenue generating product for any automobile manufacturer in the country. Additionally, the Fortuner has also been a considerable contributor with turnover of $500 million in 2016.