Aamir Fatehi

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  1. Just last week, the Maruti Suzuki Swift Sport was set to be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Now, someone in Japan was able to get their hands on the New Swift Sport catalogue and showed it off to the world. Source
  2. The Volkswagen GTI does not exactly need a power bump.. but Pete's did it anyway Check out this 250 HP Volkswagen GTI with Stage 2 Pete’s remap and Miltek exhaust.. Also fitted to the car is a Forge Motorsport intake system, Bilstein B14 Suspension kit, H&R Wheel Spacers and 17-inch Borbet rims wrapped in 215/40 R17 Falken tires. Only one word for it.. MAD Source
  3. After tonnes of teasers and spy images, finally, The Mitsubishi Expander has been revealed officially What are you thoughts.. ? Source
  4. Found pictures of the New Ford EcoSport Thoughts..?
  5. MG's India-bound Hyundai i20/Maruti Swift rival spied. Doesn't look so bad Thoughts? Source
  6. Interesting Royal Enfield Thunderbird cafe racer by Rajputana Customs looks rather good.. thoughts? Source
  7. Tata is working on a hummer-styled military vehicle.. a made-in-India, extreme off-roader The Light Strike Vehicle - LSV V2 has been spied testing with military grade doors and hatch for roof mounted machine gun operator. Possibility of a top speed of over 100kph.. Thoughts? Source
  8. I have been observing new cars that are launched these days miss a very subtle detail in the front bumper, fog lamps. Fog Lamps are being ditched by car makers. At the moment, its happening at the high-end spectrum of cars, but this new trend may work its way to the lower-end cars in a matter of time. Some examples - New Mercedes E-Class, S-class, A-class New Jaguar XE XF, XJ, F-Type Upcoming BMW 6-series GT Some manufacturers have done away with them completely on the lower end too, companies like, Honda, Hyundai, etc. but people have not noticed the missing detail. Back in the day, Fog Lamps on the lower end of the front bumper made it known to people, that the car was the highest specification (Look at me, I'm rich, poor people). It also used to add a bit of glitz, but now, stuff like air curtains, DRLs or just a black plastic has taken their place. Is it okay to let them go just yet?
  9. The Bangkok International Auto Salon is the biggest aftermarket parts exhibition in the ASEAN region. They have a host of modified Swifts on display Here are some pics.. source
  10. 2018 Bentley Continental GT To Be Lighter, Faster, And More Powerful Will be powered by new twin-turbo 6.0-liter W12 engine Source
  11. Tata’s compact SUV Nexon caught testing in Tamil Nadu New Nexon is expected to launch in October The New Nexon marks Tata’s entry into the sub-4 metre SUV segment and will go up against the likes of Maruti Vitara Brezza, Honda WR-V and Ford EcoSport in the Indian market. The Nexon is the third model after the Tiago and the Tigor created using the ‘IMPACT’ design language. The Nexon won’t utilise the AMP or the Q platform, but will use a reworked version of the X1 platform which was used in the underpinnings of the Tata Zest. Engine options include an a new 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel producing 110hp and 260Nm of torque and a new 1.2-litre Revotron turbocharged powerhouse under the hood. Transmission choices include a 5-speed manual, 6-speed AMT and 6-speed manual. Source
  12. Aston Martin’s one-off Henley Royal Regatta DB11 unveiled Another car from Aston Martin’s bespoke Q division celebrates the brand’s partnership with the prestigious sporting event Aston Martin has revealed a one-off DB11 which celebrates the brand’s partnership with Henley Regatta. Though the new one-off is not as outlandish as the brand’s other aviation-themed special editions of recent months, the Henley Regatta DB11 is set apart by its bespoke Diavolo red paint finish, interior specifications and a carbonfibre Aston Martin badge. The two carbonfibre packs applied to the one-off DB11 finish the front splitter, side sills, rear diffuser, side strakes, hood blades and mirror caps in the lightweight material. On the inside, it’s just as restrained with most of the interior finished in black leather, red leather highlights and black Alcantara covering the headlining. A pack of chrome interior detailing is also fitted to the inside and a plaque on the door sill sets this car apart as the Henley Royal Regatta one-off. This is the latest project finished by Aston Martin’s bespoke ‘Q by Aston Martin’ division which in the past has created several high-profile special editions. Source
  13. New Aston Martin Valkyrie to have better than 1:1 power to wight ratio Source
  14. Heres what the 2018 i20 render looks like source