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  1. Ford recently unveiled the new Everest Sport SUV. For those who don't know, it is essentially based on the Endeavour SUV. Changes on the Everest Sport include an all-new grille with a mesh design, blacked-out alloy wheels + black accents. Inside, the SUV gets black accents and minor interior tweaks in order to complete the Sport theme. It also gets unique badging up front and on the sides. The Sport trim is available on the 3.2-litre Everest in most international markets. Found a nice walkaround giving a closer look at it:
  2. Jawa Perak launched at Rs 1.95 lakh

    Came across this walkaround for all of those who want to take a closer look at the Perak.
  3. Jawa has finally launched the Perak at Rs 1.94 lakh (ex-showroom). It comes with a BS6-compliant 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC engine which develops 30hp and 31Nm of torque. Bookings will open on January 1, but deliveries will begin much later on April 2, 2019. Here are some highlights from the launch event:
  4. New Mitsubishi MPV

    Mitsubishi has revealed the Xpander Cross! it's essentially a rugged alternative to the standard Xpander MPV and it gets the same body panels as the Xpander MPV but with a number of tweaks incuding a new front bumper with a skid plate, a new grille finished in black, new LED headlamps and LED foglamps, black body cladding, restyled 17-inch wheels with larger profile tyres, new roof rails and a rear new bumper with a faux skid plate. Inside, it gets an all-black interior with higher variants sporting a dual-tone black and red theme. It also gets an additional 25mm of ground clearance over the standard model, at 225mm. It is also 50mm wider. You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/mitsubishi-xpander-cross-revealed-414885
  5. Hyundai’s next-gen compact sedan (successor to the Xcent) has been spied testing in India a few times and now, Hyundai has revealed that it will be called Aura. For now, Hyundai has refrained from sharing any more information, only stating the Aura name is inspired by the ‘vibrance of positivity’, and a reflection of the ‘state of being’ of the one driving it. What is known, however, is that it will share most of its body panels with the new Grand i10 Nios. More info here: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/hyundai-confirms-aura-name-for-new-compact-sedan-414876
  6. Skoda's officially revealed the fourth gen Octavia! The exterior design itself has been brought into line with the new Scala and Superb. It now gets redesigned headlights with standard-fit LED tech, LED tail lights, a lower roofline and its also 19mm longer and 15mm wider than the outgoing model. Boot space is also up by 10 litres to 600 litres. Inside, the dashboard is dominated by a free-standing touchscreen display that measures 8.25-inch or 10-inch, depending on spec, and Skoda has introduced gesture control and an advanced voice-controlled digital assistant called Laura. A redesigned 10.25-inch Virtual Cockpit is available on certain trims, as is a new head-up display. The model also includes connectivity tech with a built-in eSIM. Interestingly, the Octavia uses only the latest USB-C connections. Wireless charging is also offered. Three-zone climate control makes its debut, too, as does optional acoustic window glass. Further tech includes an enlarged suite of driver assistance features, such as an enhanced predictive cruise control and predictive pedestrian and cyclist protection, though how many of the features make it to the India car remains to be seen. You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/2020-skoda-octavia-unveiled-414870
  7. Renault Kwid facelift spied

    Came across this render showing what a future sedan from Renault, based on Kwid, could look like. What do you think of it? Source
  8. Toyota Raize compact SUV

    Toyota has a whopping seven style packages on offer for the Raize in Japan! Powerful Style This one comes with faux skid plates, black garnishes, roof rails, roof storage options and other attachments Sporty Style This one gets side skirts, front apron, rear bumper applique, a taller tailgate spoiler + stripes and red highlights. Premium Style The Premium Style package comes with a host of chrome and black trims. Modellista Advance Blast Style This kit comes with a front spoiler, side and rear skirt, rear spoiler, 18-inch alloy wheels and more. Modellista Elegant Ice Style This one gets a front spoiler, side skirt, 16-inch alloys and some more additions. Modellista Selection The Modellista Selection pack gets a front grille cover, chrome garnish on the side and back + an LED lamp set inside. TRD Aggressive Style This one's sort of similar to the Sporty Style (at least with the red and black accents), but the bumpers, spoilers, and decals have all been made by TRD specifically for the Raize.
  9. Nice close-up look at the Kamiq GT now that it has been revealed in China! Compared to the standard Kamiq, the GT features a more sloping roofline, sleeker headlamps, a revised grille, new bumpers at the front and rear, and more chrome garnish. In terms of dimensions, the GT is slightly longer (by 19mm) than the standard Kamiq, with the width and wheelbase remaining unchanged. Inside, centre console continues to be dominated by an 8.0-inch touchscreen flanked by air-con vents, with a trim piece running the length of the dashboard below and featuring a GT badge. The GT badging is also present on the headrests, while the seats now feature a stripe running down the centre. Source
  10. The next-gen Octavia has been spied and the new pics give a pretty good look at its interior. Note the new two-spoke steering wheel, floating infotainment system layout and minimalist design for the dashboard. Source
  11. New Toyota Wildlander SUV

    Toyota's just put up more images of the Wildlander! Source
  12. New Honda Breeze SUV revealed

    Finally a proper detailed look at the Breeze SUV! Think this looks better than the CR-V on which it is based? Source
  13. After a long wait, KTM has finally revealed the 390 Adventure at EICMA 2019. It's essentially an off-road oriented version of the 390 Duke and uses the same 373.2cc single-cylinder engine. Interestingly, the 390 Adv will offer switchable traction control. It's scheduled to launch in India at IBW in December. Head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/bike-news/ktm-390-adventure-revealed-at-eicma-2019-414775
  14. New Mahindra Roxor

    Check out this Roxor (it's basically Mahindra's version of a surf woodie) on display at the 2019 SEMA! Source 1 Source 2
  15. New Toyota Innova

    Another render showing what the facelifted Innova could look like... overall, the render sports a slimmer headlamp cluster similar to what's seen on the new Corolla, a trapezoidal grille, updated fog lamp section and multi-spoke alloy wheels. What do you think of it? Source