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  1. Spied: Maruti Wagon R XRest

    Maruti has started testing WagonR-based EV prototypes in India. Found some footage of one of these prototypes in Gurgaon These prototype EVs have been developed exclusively by Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, and the project is in line with the company’s plan to introduce an electric vehicle in the Indian market by 2020. For more info, you can head here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/maruti-suzuki-wagonr-based-ev-prototypes-begin-road-testing-410010 Special thanks to @atinnsrivastav on Twitter for sharing the image!
  2. Tata Sierra - Should Tata Motors revive this Brand ?

    Reviving this thread... come across some pretty neat renderings showing what a modern-day version of the Sierra could look like! What do you think of this? Source
  3. New Hyundai Santro spied testing

    Hyundai's latest video gives a pretty good look at some details of the all-new Santro! Source
  4. New Honda Jazz spotted in India; Now Launched

    Honda has started testing the next-gen Jazz. The few details that have emerged online claim that the new Jazz will be 3,990mm in length, which means it will qualify for the excise benefits just like the current model. Honda will, however, increase the car’s width in order to facilitate more room in the cabin and boot. Under the hood, there are talks of Honda introducing a two-motor hybrid setup, similar to the one in the latest-gen Accord. There will also be conventional engines on offer along with an inclusion of the 1.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder motor that does duty in the Civic hatchback sold internationally. You can find more info here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/next-gen-honda-jazz-to-be-unveiled-in-late-2019-409862 Found some pretty neat renderings based on the latest spy pics, showing what the new Jazz could look like: Source
  5. The new Ertiga is nearing its India launch! It will get the all-new 105hp, K15B petrol engine that debuted in India on the Ciaz facelift. The 90hp diesel motor along with the manual and automatic options for the petrol engine, continue unchanged. Check out some more images of the MPV (Indonesia-spec): Source
  6. Just a few more days to go for the new CR-V's India launch on Oct 9! Looks like the SUV has already started reaching dealer stockyards. Autocar India already has their review of the new CR-V up. You can read it here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-reviews/2018-honda-cr-v-diesel-india-review-test-drive-409686
  7. New Hyundai i10 spied; EDIT: Grand i10 Launched

    The new Grand i10 has been spied testing in India once again! special thanks to Sarthak Shewale for sending in these images. The all-new Grand i10 will likely to make its global debut sometime next year, with an India launch expected in October 2019. It'll borrow design cues from the Elantra facelift, get more kit and a new AMT gearbox. Head over here for more information: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/next-gen-hyundai-grand-i10-launch-in-october-2019-409924
  8. Tata Harrier SUV spied

    In an effort to generate buzz around its upcoming Harrier SUV, Tata Motors has released a number of teaser videos giving a peek at the SUV's development programme. According to Tata Motors, the Harrier has been tested for 2.2 million kilometres on the toughest of terrain. You can read more about this here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-tata-harrier-teaser-reveals-development-details-409908 Check out all the testing footage! Durability test 4 poster test Water wading test
  9. Now here's something to feast your eyes on! YouTube user Alex Choi decided to take his 800hp VF Supercharged Huracan through some mud. Watch how that turned out:
  10. vitara to india?

    Suzuki's displaying the Vitara facelift at the ongoing Paris motor show! Check out these new images: Source Source 2
  11. The new CR-V has been spotted ahead of its India launch on October 9! Adding some images from Autocar India's REVIEW of the SUV too. Spy pic source Besides seating for seven, a highlight of the fifth-gen CR-V is that it gets a new 1.6-litre diesel engine (a first for the SUV) that is mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission. This new motor develops 120hp at 4,000rpm and 300Nm of peak torque at 2,000rpm, all of which is sent to all four wheels. While the 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, which develops 156hp at 6,500rpm and 190Nm at 4,300rpm, is unchanged, the 5-speed torque convertor automatic has been replaced by a CVT gearbox that sends power to the front wheels only. Interestingly, the petrol-CVT combo on the new CR-V has seen claimed fuel efficiency figure rise by 0.4kpl to 14.1kpl, as compared to the outgoing model. The diesel-automatic powertrain, meanwhile, is rated at 18.6kpl. You can find more info on this here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/2018-honda-cr-v-fuel-efficiency-figures-leaked-409834
  12. vitara to india?

    Some more real life images! Source 1 Source 2 Source 3 Source 4 Source 5
  13. Videos : Crash Test : Indian cars

    Think it's the right time to revive this thread a bit! Yesterday, Global NCAP eleased results of the latest round of crash tests it has conducted on Indian cars. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza - Four stars Renault Lodgy - Zero stars Tata Nexon with 2 airbags - Four stars
  14. Maruti Suzuki recently introduced a new Swift special edition, priced from Rs 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom). Maruti has added a single-din Bluetooth stereo with two speakers and black painted wheel caps on the base Swift variant at no extra cost. Additionally, the car comes with front power windows, ABS, dual front airbags and rear parking sensors as standard equipment. You can find more information here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/maruti-swift-limited-edition-launched-a-rs-499-lakh-409788 Came across a good in-depth walkaround showing the interior + exterior of the car:
  15. The all-new (and much tougher looking) Toyota RAV4 SUV made its debut at the 2018 New York Auto Show. Found this walkaround giving a pretty good look at the SUV inside and out. Do you think something like this could work in the Indian market? Some newer images of the Limited variant: (Source)