The Indian car market will be one of the first place to witness the combined efforts of two major manufacturers when they begin their collaboration within the next two years. Yes, we are talking about Maruti Suzuki and Toyota who have expanded on their collaborative plans going forward.
Toyota badged Ciaz and Ertiga confirmed
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki) put out more details regarding their collaboration. Last year, the two Japanese carmakers announced an alliance for mutual sharing of technology and models in India. Fresh details have now confirmed that Toyota will receive two compact vehicles built on Suzuki platforms – which are Ciaz and Ertiga – from Maruti Suzuki in India.
Citroen to showcase first car for India on 3 April
Citroen has revealed that it will showcase its first India spec car on April 3. It will host its first ever India press conference in Chennai where the top management from the French company will be present. More importantly, the automaker will showcase its first ever car that it will bring to India at the press meet.
India-bound MG Hector revealed in pictures
In recent times, the upcoming MG Hector was spied testing in India with a heavy camouflage on multiple occasions. This time around, the SUV has been spotted sans camouflage in production-ready form in London while shooting for a TVC featuring British actor Benedict Cumberbatch, popularly known for his role as Sherlock Holmes.
Five bestselling entry-level hatchbacks in February 2019
We have looked at the top 5 selling hatchback in India in the last month. This list comprises most of the popular models like the Maruti Wagon R as well as the Tata Tiago. However, new to the list is the Hyundai Santro and the Maruti Suzuki Celerio both in standard and X guise.
India-bound Skoda Superb facelift confirmed for 2019 debut
The India-bound Skoda Superb facelift has been officially confirmed for a 2019 debut. This announcement was made by Bernhard Maier, CEO of Skoda Auto, during their annual press conference on 20 March.