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  1. The Kia Telluride SUV has received an update abroad, with a black mesh design grille and the all-new Kia logo. The lower trim models also get more standard equipment. Kia's navigation-based smart cruise. is now available on all trims, while the larger 10.25-inch infotainment screen, automatic climate control and highway driving assist are now available on the Telluride LX and S, too. Here's the pre-update model, for reference Image source
  2. The Hyundai Alcazar has been spotted in the flesh ahead of its launch this Friday, June 18. It will be available in two seating layouts and get a 2.0-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine option. You can head here for more info: Source
  3. Toyota recently revealed the new Land Cruiser LC300. It gets a complete redesign but doesn't stray far off from the outgoing LC200. Toyota has adopted the new GA-F platform that's based on TNGA, while keeping the frame structure, which is the foundation that protects the Land Cruiser's USP. The interior has been completely overhauled too, featuring a a standard 9.0-inch infotainment screen or an even larger 12.3-inch optional setup. You can head here for more info: Came across this video offering closer look at the SUV:
  4. The Hyundai Alcazar is all-set to launch soon, and bookings for the SUV are now open. Hyundai has also officially revealed the interiors of the new Alcazar. The main talking point on the inside is the added row of seats, as there will be both, a 6- seat configuration with captain’s seats in the second row as well as a 7-seat layout with a bench-style seating in the second row. On the equipment front, the Alcazar will come very well kitted, the top-spec trims will come with two 10.25-inch displays – one for the digital instrument cluster (segment first) and the other for the touchscreen infotainment system. Also on offer will be Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, Hyundai’s connected car tech, a 360-degree camera, an eight-speaker Bose sound system, 64-colour ambient lighting, a panoramic sunroof, an air purifier, ISOFIX seats mounts, wireless phone charging, automatic climate control. You can head here for more info:
  5. Infinium Toyota is converting 200 Innova MPVs into ambulance vans. These will be provided to MLAs, MPs and a few hospitals in Gujarat to aid in the fight against COVID-19. The retail price for this ambulance van is Rs 24.50 lakh, but Infinium is subsidising it by bearing cost between Rs 3 - 4.5 lakh per van, while the rest of the amount may come as a donation either from MLAs, MPs or by individual donors who may voluntarily sponsor it. The Innova ambulance van will come pre-installed with an oxygen cylinder, stretcher and other primary facilities.
  6. Test mules of the 2022 Hyundai Creta facelift were recently spotted testing, and it's expected to get some major styling updates. An artist has created a render showing what it could look like: What do you think? You can head here for more info on the Creta facelift: Source Spy pics source
  7. Skoda is gearing up to launch the Kushaq in the coming weeks. Here's a closer look at all the colour options and interior. Two of these colours - Tornado Red and Honey Orange - are exclusive for the Indian market. Honey Orange Carbon Steel Tornado Red Candy White Reflex Silver
  8. The fourth-gen Skoda Octavia will launch in India on June 10. Looks like units have already started arriving at dealer yards... the one seen here is the top-spec L&K variant:
  9. The Skoda Kushaq will launch in India this month. Skoda has based the Kushaq on the India-specific MQB-A0-IN platform. This platform will also underpin the Volkswagen Taigun. It will be sold in India with two engine options and in an expected three variants. You can head here for more info: Came across some more images of the mid-size SUV, for all those you want a closer look. Source
  10. The Toyota Highlander now gets a new Bronze Edition in international markets. It will be available with two paint options - Cement grey (exclusive colour) or Wind Chill Pearl, and will get 18-inch five spoke wheels with a bronze finish. Inside, the cabin features bronze stitching, bronze illuminated door sill plates, the seats get a textured finish. Powertrain options remain unchanged.
  11. It's been a long wait for the second-gen Force Gurkha, but it finally looks like its launch may be around the corner, with brochure pics surfacing online. It may look familiar because it retains its predecessor’s boxy shape, but the new Gurkha has received a thorough revamp. It’s on the inside where the new Gurkha has the most significant changes. The interior is no longer barebones - – it has a dual-tone colour scheme, a redesigned dashboard, a touchscreen infotainment system and a new instrument cluster with a digital multi-info display. On the features list of the new Gurkha are a steering wheel with tilt-and-telescopic adjustment, dual airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, central locking and power windows. There are four forward-facing seats (with individual reclining seats for the middle-row passengers) and a pair of jump seats at the back. The new Gurkha’s 2.6-litre diesel is a carryover from the outgoing model, but has been upgraded to meet BS6 emissions norms. It produces 90hp and 260Nm, and is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Source
  12. Jeep's upcoming H6 three-row SUV, based on the Compass, is expected to be called the Commander in international markets. The H6 SUV will come with a more powerful version of the current Compass’ 173hp, 2.0-litre diesel engine. This unit is expected to make around 200hp and come paired with a 9-speed automatic gearbox. You can head here for more info: Came across a render showing what the Jeep Commander could look like. What do you think of it? Source
  13. Renault's budget brand Dacia had revealed the Bigster Concept earlier this year and now leaked patent images offer a peek at the production-spec SUV. In production form, the Bigster will sit above the Duster in Dacia's global range and will go on to replace the Lodgy MPV in select markets. From the looks of the patent images, looks like it will stay quite true to the concept, with the only major changes being the wheels, the roof-rails, treatment of the D-pillar and the absence of the illuminated logo on the grille. Source
  14. After its split with Mahindra, the new Ford C-SUV is now likely to be based on the Territory that is sold in markets like China and Brazil. What will work in Ford’s favour is that the Territory platform has a similar 2,716mm wheelbase as Mahindra’s W601. The 7-seater will be larger, but the fact that it is similar in size should also allow Ford to keep alterations to the Pininfarina design down to a minimum. What could also help is that Ford Brazil has recently launched its version of the Territory. And this could prove crucial too, when it comes to sharing of systems and other technology. You can head here for more info: Came across these renders showing what the Ford C-SUV could look like: Source
  15. Hyundai had recently released some teaser images for its new micro-SUV, codenamed AX1. And now, an artist has created a render showing what it could look like. While additional details are yet to be confirmed the AX1 is likely to be underpinned by Hyundai’s K1 platform that underpins the Grand i10 Nios in India. The AX1 is expected to go into series production in Korea first with trial production already underway. You can expect it to make its way to India sometime in the future as a rival to the upcoming Tata HBX. Render source Spy shots source