Akhil Dalvi

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  1. Looks like the 2021 model year Sonet, sporting Kia's brand new logo, has started arriving at dealer yards in India. This is proven thanks to the spy shots being circulated via Whatsapp. What are your thoughts on the brand new Kia logo?
  2. Toyota has introduced the Innova 50th Anniversary Edition for the Indonesian market commemorating it's 50 years of operations of Toyota in Indonesia. The special edition MPV is limited to just 50 units. In terms of exterior updates, the limited-edition MPV adorns a shade of pearl white with a golden accent that runs across the bonnet to the side panels. The front fascia of the MPV looks quite similar to the regular model, the only difference being the use of a different grille. While the 'V' Luxury trims gets a grille finished in chrome, the 'Venturer' gets a dark chrome coating & in addition there are new specially designed 18-inch six-spoke alloy wheels which come finished in dark grey. Inside, the MPV features a premium 'Noble Brown' colour along with a wood finish over the dashboard. It also receives 50th anniversary badging over the carpets, along with a JBL sound system & a 3-spoke multifunctional steering wheel.
  3. Kia's unveiled the brand new 3-row version of the Sonet, which will be only made available for the Indonesian market. Al though the car is built & manufactured for export in India, there are no plans for it to be released in our market.
  4. Toyota recently introduced the Hiace in India in select cities. Here's one of the very few units seen at a dealer yard in Gujarat. Take a look
  5. MG has revealed the facelifted Extender pick up truck, which is exclusive sold in Thailand. The facelift adds a radical new front fascia, sporting a massive hexagonal chrome grille with large horizontal slats, split headlights and a new tailgate appliqué that visually extends the taillights. Inside, the main change seems to be the addition of a new brown leather upholstery with faux carbon fibre trim. Source
  6. After years of speculation about bigger engines and turbocharged power, Suzuki has finally unveiled the new 2021 Hayabusa and it might not meet some of the expectations that have been built over time. The all-new Busa has the same engine capacity, but loses some power while gaining a huge number of features. Redesign stays true to the original ‘Busa' silhouette Engine capacity remains same, power down by 7hp Same chassis, equipped with top of the range electronics To learn more, do check out this link: https://www.autocarindia.com/bike-news/2021-suzuki-hayabusa-revealed-419857