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  1. New Ciaz facelift spy pics! The word going around is that Maruti will introduce its new 104hp 1.5-litre K15B petrol engine in India on the updated Ciaz. Get more info here: Source
  2. Interesting rendering by Kleber Silva showing what the next-generation Skoda Rapid could look like. Thoughts?
  3. The brochure for the Creta facelift has been leaked! Source
  4. Nice rendering showing what the Kwid would look like with Renault's new design language. Think the Kwid facelift should adopt some of these design cues? Source
  5. Check out this rendering showing the next-gen Ameo could look like! Do you like it? Source
  6. Pics of Modified cars in INDIA

    Now that's something you don't see often! Check out this Mahindra XUV500 fitted with a 12.1 inch touchscreen infotainment system from Laxo Orbis. As you can see, the climate control knobs have been removed, and can instead be controlled via the infotainment system. Image source
  7. Some more images of the new Creta facelift, with a closer look at the interior Source You can find more info on exactly what's new on the Creta facelift HERE:
  8. Ever thought of what a Kwid-inspired compact SUV would look like? Kleber Silva's rendering here does a pretty good job at imagining it
  9. Came across a pretty cool rendering showing what a high-performance version of the Creta could look like! What do you think of it? Source
  10. Check out this Suzuki Alto cross-hatch and hot-hatch modded by Spiegel - a modification house based out of Japan that specialises in suspension modifications. The crossover edition, called the Up Burst and codenamed HA36V, is 100mm taller overall, gets fatter 185/65 R 15 rubber with new 15-inch alloys, is 9mm wider thanks to cladding on the wheel arches. Other crossover-like features include a skid plate at the front, roll bars and a rear spoiler. Use of new, raised suspension from Spiegel has helped increase its height by 50mm. The car also gets Recaro seats on the inside. The sportier model, codenamed HA36S, has been lowered significantly, so much so that there looks to be an at least 120mm height difference between this and the cross-hatch. There don’t seem to be any powertrain based changes in either model. SOURCE 1 SOURCE 2
  11. All new 2017 Tata Nexon Launched @ 5.85 Lakhs

    Another IPL edition based on the Nexon XZ+ variant! What do you think of it?
  12. Modified bikes in India

    The Bajaj Dominar 400 was positioned as a great touring option for bikers who love to clock miles. Although sales for the bike hasn't been impressive, that hasn't stopped Pune based Autologue Design to spice up the Dominar. They have introduced touring kit which consists of a windscreen, raised mudguard, skid plates, luggage rack and also a backrest to make live easy for the pillion. Autologue hasn't released prices for the kit yet, as its conducting final stages of testing. What you guys feel about the modifications?
  13. vitara to india?

    Suzuki Vitara spied testing in India once again! This was spotted testing in Gurgaon. You can get more info here: Source: @Sachinf119 on Twitter
  14. Rendering: Ford Ecosport facelift

    Found some new images of the Titanium S and Signature Edition EcoSport... looks like they've started arriving at dealerships. Source You can find more info on Titanium S and the Signature Edition variants of the Ford EcoSport HERE:
  15. Set to launch on May 16, the second-gen Amaze will come in four variants and two engine options. The new Amaze will be available in four trim levels – the base E, S, V and VX. Honda will sell the Amaze with four powertrian options at launch – both the 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol and the 100hp, 1.5-litre diesel will get the five-speed manual and the option of a CVT automatic. Interestingly, the power and torque figures in the diesel-auto option are 20hp and 40Nm less than in its manual counterpart. Bookings for the new Honda Amaze are well underway at Honda outlets nationwide. As far as equipment goes, the Amaze will feature dual airbags, ABS, EBD and brake assist and ISOFIX safety anchor points. Also, Honda is likely to offer standard rear parking sensors on all variants. First up, the lowest-spec Honda Amaze E will get dual tone interior, AC and power windows with driver-side auto down function. The Honda Amaze S is likely to come with power adjust and folding wing mirrors with LED turn signals, body coloured door handles along with a shark-fin antenna. Keyless entry, tilt steering with audio controls, driver’s seat height adjust, a rear arm rest with cup holders, a four-speaker 2-DIN audio system with USB and Bluetooth is likely to be standard on this variant. The Amaze V will get an option of CVT gearbox for both petrol and diesel engine options. It will also get LED daytime running lights, push button start, 15-inch alloy wheels, climate control and paddle shifters for the CVT gearbox. In addition, the top spec Amaze VX is likely to get a touchscreen infotainment system replete with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Additionally cruise control will also be available on this variant. Honda will not offer a CVT gearbox on the top-spec Amaze sedan. Source