GS9

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  1. Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing have revealed the new 59-foot Tirranna AMG Edition boat and a one-of-a-kind Mercedes-AMG G63 to match, at the Miami International Boat show.
    Powered by 6 supercharged 4.6-liter V8 Mercury Racing 450R outboard engines producing 450hp each, the total power output of the boat is a whopping 2,700hp. 

    The one-off G63 to go with the boat comes painted in metallic black, is accentuated by unique gold accents, and sits on 22-inch forged cross-spoke wheels. It's equipped with the AMG night package that includes a dark chrome AMG radiator grille and bull bar, as well as side entry boards finished in matte black.

     

    Source: https://www.carscoops.com/2020/02/mercedes-amg-and-cigarette-racing-release-2700-hp-boat-matching-g63/

     

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  2. Mahindra's showcase their new hardtop convertible concept centred around playfulness, the Funster, at Auto Expo 2020. The All Wheel Drive EV concept has dual motors putting out a combined 230 kW of power, which propel the Funster from 0-100 in 5 seconds, and on to a top speed of 200 kph, and give the car a range of 520 km from a full charge.

    More about the Funster here

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  3. Maruti Suzuki revealed the Futuro-e concept at Auto Expo 2020, previewing a future Creta rival. Designed by Maruti Suzuki’s design team, the Futuro-e is pegged as ‘an Indian car with global sensibilities’. Its SUV-coupe shape is unlike anything from Maruti thus far and also marks a break from the traditional upright form of typical midsize SUVs.

    Deemed a design study, the radical Futuro-e showcases the styling future Maruti models are likely to employ. Importantly, the Futuro-e is also a statement of intent from Maruti to enter the midsize SUV segment.

     

    Read more about the Futuro-e here

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  4. Ciaz BS6 launched with a new S variant that gets variant-specific exterior and interior tweaks such as a black boot-mounted spoiler, blacked out wheels and ORVMs, and an all-black interior.

    Powering the Ciaz in its BS6 avatar a 1.5-litre petrol engine making 105hp, which comes with Suzuki’s Smart Hybrid tech.

    Click here to see more: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/bs6-maruti-suzuki-ciaz-launched-at-rs-831-lakh-415755

     

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  5. Tata Motors has launched mid-life refreshed for its smallest offerings, the Tiago and Tigor, priced at at Rs 4.6 lakh and Rs 5.75 lakh, respectively. The updated models come in five trim levels with two engine-gearbox combinations on offer. Starting prices have increased over the pre-facelift BS4 models by Rs 20,000 and Rs 10,000, respectively. The variant-wise prices for the updated hatchback and compact sedan are as follows

     

    You can read more about this here.

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  6. Tata has launched the Nexon facelift with prices ranging from Rs 6.95 lakh for the petrol variant and Rs 8.45 lakh for diesel version. Compared to the model it replaces, the updated petrol compact SUV is priced at a premium of about Rs 22,000, though prices for the diesels start Rs 56,000 higher. The variant-wise prices for the Nexon facelift are as follows

     

    You can find out more about this here.

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  7. New Kia K5 sedan, also known as the Optima in global markets, revealed last month.

    The company seems to be following a new design language with this car and it clearly shows. With its dot-matrix style LED tail lights, triple-barrelled headlamps, and serrated front grille, the Korean automaker seems determined to make a bold statement with the new generation of the Optima. 

    Check out this youtube video for a full walk around of the car: