Fiat has finally showcased the interior of its Pulse SUV. The model will go on sale in South America first, followed by other emerging markets,. It will rival the likes of the Honda WR-V, Volkswagen Nivus, Hyundai Creta, Ford EcoSport and the Volkswagen T-Cross in the South American market.
The Pulse combines a fully digital 7-inch instrument cluster with a 10.1-inch touchscreen for the infotainment system, which runs the latest Uconnect software. The SUV was recently spotted out in the open, wearing minimal camouflage.
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The Honda Crossroad may have been discontinued abroad, but Arthur Design Studio has come up with this render showing what a resurrected version of the SUV could look like today.
What are your thoughts?
The upcoming Ola Electric scooter will be available in 10 shades This includes bright and dark colours and is the widest range of options available from any electric two-wheeler company yet. Bookings are currently open for an amount of Rs 499 and the scooter will be delivered to buyers’ homes across India.
Missing from the group photo seems to be two variations of grey. But which colour is your favourite?
While Hyundai has shared teasers for the AX1 or Casper as it’s expected to be called, the tiny crossover/ micro-SUV is only expected to debut later this year.
These here are some unofficial renderings - all depicting the front though in different colours - that try and show what the Casper could look like in final production spec. It’s polarising for sure – split headlamps and fog lamps sitting alongside the headlights on a wide yet narrow grille.
Going by previous spy shots and the rear too is set to get split light clusters with rectangular high-set units and circular ones set lower in the bumper.
It is supposed to come to India, probably by another name but can’t say for sure how I feel about it going by these renders.
Aftermarket upgrades to SUVs are not anything new. You’ll have seen them done to a dime a dozen Maruti Gypsys, the last-gen Thar, the various Isuzu V-Crosses across the country, and more. This one here is kind of subtle yet no so subtle. Finished in bubble-gum pink, this second-gen Thar or Project Tharbie as the folks at Upshiftautos calls it seems to be inspired from the character of Barbie – Not a very subtle paint job. The more off-road spec front bumper though is more subtle by comparison.
Personally, not sure on what to think of this one?