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  1. New Hyundai Santro spied testing

    Came across these two renderings showing what a cross variant of the Santor could look like. We've already seen other manufacturers bring out cross-hatch variants of their popular cars - Tiago NRG, CelerioX. Would be interesting to see Hyundai do something similar... what do you think? Source
  2. Royal Enfield unveiled the new Concept KX at the 2018 EICMA motorcycle show, which gets an all-new V-Twin powerplant. The ‘838’ badge on the engine could indicate that the new motor is an 838cc, liquid-cooled powerplant. Definitely see how the design pays homage to the original KX that was launched in 1938. You can find more info here: Image source 1 Image source 2
  3. Toyota recently took the wraps off updated version of its Fortuner TRD Sportivo SUV for Thailand. From the front, a big change is the bumper and grille surround. The previously blacked-out elements surrounding the grille give way to brushed-metal-finished trim while the blacked-out section under the grille is now body coloured. The bumper is new with a lower and wider central air dam with red highlights, a splitter running along the bottom lip and the prominent air vents on either side now house sleeker fog-lamp units and brushed-metal trim inserts. At the back, the trim running between the tail-lamps gets a brushed-metal finish, too. The bumper is also new with a noticeable, blacked-out lower section. It now features a faux-diffuser look along the lower edge and larger reflectors or rear fog-lamps positioned along the outer edge. The interior of the Sportivo 2 carries forward the black-and-red affair from the Sportivo. You can find more info here:
  4. Here's the new Hyundai Creta Diamond concept revealed at the 2018 Sao Paulo motor show. Based on the top-spec Creta Prestige variant sold in the South American market, it features a unique "Deep Dive blue" exterior paint shade, a panoramic sunroof, special microfiber seats finished in ivory and caramel colours and other unique interior trim bits and badging. The dashboard features a dual tone layout with white shade at the bottom including the steering wheel and gear knob. The model also features larger 19-inch alloy wheels with 245/45R19 tyres. You can find more info here: Check it out up-close in this walkaround:
  5. Rendering: Ford Ecosport facelift

    Remember the new Ecosport Storm that Ford had revealed earlier this year for South American markets? Came across this video showing it in action: This variant gets cosmetic changes + a four wheel drive system. In a bid to increase the model’s off-roading credentials, the suspension set-up has been revised significantly. Ford claims that this has resulted in a 15 percent improvement in shock absorption and a 40 percent reduction in steering wheel vibration.
  6. Kia Motors to debut in India soon

    Looks like Kia is evaluating the Ceed hatchback for India! Now in its third generation, the 4.3m-long Ceed would pretty much start a new large hatchback segment. This means it will likely be priced at par with or perhaps even higher than executive sedans such as the Hyundai Elantra. To make the offering more appealing, Kia will only introduce the hatchback in GT Line trim that gets sportier bumpers, exterior detailing in red-and-black, and large 17-inch alloy wheels. You can find more info here: Found this quick walkaround showing the interior + exterior of the new Ceed GT Line
  7. Spy shots: 2014 Hyundai Elantra facelift

    Hyundai has revealed the new Avante (Elantra) Sport! It's powered by a 204hp 1.6-litre turbo GDi engine. Source
  8. India-bound Volkswagen T-Cross

    Came across this rendering showing what a sportier GTS variant of the T-Cross could look like! What do you think of it? Source
  9. The New Ford Kuga SUV

    Some official images showing the Kuga's new HUGE infotainment screen are out! Source 1 Source 2
  10. Hyundai i30 coming to India?

    Here's the new Hyundai i30 fastback N line! It gets a silver-accented front bumper, mesh grille, black headlamp bezels, and the rear bumper from the i30 Fastback N. The interior gets a sport steering wheel, metal pedals, and N-branded shifter and sport seats. The suspension has also been retuned, fitted to 17- or 18-inch alloys wearing Michelin PS4 rubber and packing bigger brakes.Two versions of Hyundai’s T-GDI four-cylinder engine are on offers - the 1.0 and 1.4-litre - delivering 118hp 171 Nm of torque or 138 hp and 242 Nm respectively. Source
  11. Some brand new images of the seven-seat Rush SUV from its recent launch in Malaysia! Source
  12. New Hyundai i10 spied; EDIT: Grand i10 Launched

    Hyundai continues testing the next-gen Grand i10 here. Just came across these new spy videos:
  13. Kia has just launched the facelifted Grand Carnival MPV in Malaysia, available in two variants. Both variants are powered by a 2.2 litre CRDI turbodiesel engine producing 200hp and 441 Nm of torque, while a new eight-speed automatic transmission, which replaces the older six-speed unit. Styling changes include a restyles bumper, new graphics of the LED tail light clusters, as well as a new bumper design with integrated reflectors and fog lamps. The KX variant gets halogen projector headlamps with LED DRLs, while the SX gets “ice cube” style LED fog lamps. Source
  14. According to a report by ACI, Hyundai has started working on the next-gen Creta. Updates will include a new set of 1.5-litre petrol and diesel BS-VI-complaint engines, styling updates + a longer feature list. It will also be available in two seating configurations - a five-seat model will be launched towards the end of 2020, and a seven-seat Creta will be introduced in 2021. More information here: Check out these renderings showing what the second-gen Creta could look like Source
  15. Volkswagen has finally taken the wraps off its new smallest SUV, the T-Cross. It will be sold with two wheelbase options globally, but it's the longer variant that is headed to India in the future to rival the Creta, Harrier and Kicks. Found a pretty neat walkaround showing the SUV in detail: For more information on the new T-cross (including what sets it apart from its European cousin), head here: