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  1. More spy shots of the new-gen Suzuki S-Cross have emerged online ahead of its global debut on November 25. As seen in the spy shots, Not only does it look slightly larger, but it also looks more upright, taller and more SUV-ish as compared to the current S-Cross. Source
  2. Ford has unveiled the Equator Sport for the Chinese market. Other than the obvious cosmetic changes compared to the standard Equator, this is also 275mm shorter in terms of overall length. Wheelbase is shortened to 2,726mm. This does give us some idea of what Ford's C-SUV (which was supposed to be based on the Mahindra's W601 platform) could have looked like.
  3. The next-generation Toyota Avanza will reportedly be unveiled before the end of the year. Came across these renders giving us some idea of what to expect. What do you think? Source: @bagasatriakbar
  4. The China-spec Honda Integra has been revealed, and it's pretty evident that this is essentially the Civic sedan with a a redesigned front and rear. Both models share the same underpinnings and interior. If you're confused - the Integra will be manufactured by Guangqi Honda in Guagzhou, while the Civic is produced by Dongfeng Honda in Wuhan. Major changes from the Civic seem to be the slimmer adaptive matrix LED headlights, a different bumper, smaller L-shaped LED taillights and the new 18-inch wheels. Think this looks better than the Civic?
  5. The interior of the MG One SUV has been revealed at last! It features a two-part main display. The MG One was unveiled earlier in two versions - Fashionable and Sporty – which are further characterised by two distinct paint shades – Bubble Orange and Wilderness Green. Both versions of the MG One feature a three-dimensional grille, but the radial pattern on Fashionable gives it an aggressive look, while Sporty features a more sophisticated and comparatively subtle grille design. What do you think of the interior? Source
  6. Recent spy shots indicated that the facelifted Hyundai Creta is going to feature Tucson-like front styling. An artist has now shared their take on what the final version could look like. Like it? Source
  7. While the Mahindra XUV700 is yet to get a crash test rating from Global NCAP. The company has conducted multiple crash tests internally in the run-up to the SUV's market launch. Check out this video that shows the in-house crash test conducted by Mahindra
  8. Looks like the production of the Mahindra XUV700 has started. It will be available in 5- and 7-seater configurations, with petrol and diesel engine options that are paired with manual and automatic gearbox choices. Mahindra has already revealed prices for the 5-seater versions of the MX petrol-manual (Rs 11.99 lakh), MX diesel-manual (Rs 12.49 lakh), AX3 petrol-manual (Rs 13.99 lakh) and AX5 petrol-manual (Rs 14.99 lakh). Complete pricing for the XUV700 line-up will be revealed sometime in October. Source
  9. Hyundai recently revealed the Custo and new images now show the MPV in the flesh, giving a clear look at its interior. This will first launch in China, where it will get the option of 6-, 7- or 8-seats. No confirmation yet on whether Hyundai will launch this in other markets. Source
  10. Hyundai is working on a new Ertiga-rivalling MPV. Likely to be called Stargazer, this will primarily be aimed at the emerging markets that include Indonesia, India and Russia among a few others. An artist has come up with a rendering based on recent spy shots to give us some idea of what to expect: Source: Malvin WS
  11. Hyundai has released the first pics of the Custo MPV ahead of its global debut. This will be launched in China first and will be offered with the option of 6-, 7- and 8-seats. What do you think of it?
  12. New spy shots reveal the updated Honda Amaze ahead of its launch on August 18. What are your thoughts? You can head here for more info:
  13. Media drives for the Volkswagen Taigun are currently underway. Here's a closer look at the SUV:
  14. Now that Toyota has officially launched the Land Cruiser 300 in international markets, we have our first look at the GR Sport trim. It's even more off-road ready than the standard Land Cruiser thanks to the addition of an Electronic-Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System that independently controls the Land Cruiser's front and rear stabilisers. It also gets Toyota's Adaptive Variable Suspension system, standard locking front and rear differentials, different front and rear bumper design, 18-inch six-spoke aluminum wheels. The interior features a carbon weave pattern. What do you think of this?
  15. 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. Spy pics source