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  1. As Of Monday, May 18, 2020, India has become on of six countries that produces high horsepower locomotives indigenously. This happened with the introduction of the Electric Locomotive dubbed WAG12 (number- 60027), which produces 12,000hp (compared to the current locomotives that produce around 6,000hp) and is the first high horsepower locomotive that can operate on a broad gauge track. Additionally the locomotive can also operate on regular rail tracks as well as special tracks present in dedicated Freight Corridors. The Electric locomotive has been built under the Make in India project and has been produced by Madhepura Electric Loco Factory situated in Bihar. The same facility will produce 800 such locomotives over an 11 year span. These locomotives are also designed to do speeds of up to 120kph though it has been tested up to 132kph. What do you guys think of the new most powerful Electric locomotive manufactured in India?
  2. I have just come across some new images of the new Mahindra Thar AX variant which is supposed to be geared more towards off-road enthusiast. The Thar in the image is still covered in a camouflage wrap, though what is evident are the meatier, off-road tyres it is wearing. What do you guys think of the new Thar and are you looking forward to seeing the new AX variant? You can read more about the 2020 Thar's variants here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-mahindra-thar-ax-and-lx-variants-explained-418333 IMAGE SOURCE
  3. I have just come across some new images of the upcoming, all-new 2020 Mahindra Thar off-roader. Although the car in the images is still sporting some exterior camouflage, we get a pretty good look at the many exterior elements, especially the rear bumper, taillight, rear glass house and ORVMs. We also get to see the interiors of the off-roader, in what appears to be close to production guise, with its 4 forward facing seats, touchscreen infotainment system in the centre of the dashboard, new steering wheel and more. What do you guys think of the all-new Mahindra Thar and are you looking forward to its full unveil, which will take place on August 15, 2020? You can read more bout it here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/next-gen-mahindra-thar-to-debut-on-august-15-418210
  4. The Almost Real Model's 2020 Land Rover Defender 90/ 110 scale models have just been released. These models are highly detailed models and are made in 1:18 scale. However the company also makes 1:43 scale models for other cars and we could expect them to do the same for the new Defender. I have attached some images of the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 i came across online. What do you guys think of it and would you want to add one to your collection? You can read more about how to build a scale model car collection here - https://www.autocarindia.com/auto-features/how-to-build-your-scale-model-car-collection-417556 IMAGE SOURCE
  5. I have come across a render of what the new Honda ZR-V SUV which is expected to be a rival to the Toyota Raize sold abroad, would look like. The renders show a sleek SUV with a Coupe-like roof line and sporty proportions. Not many more details are known about the SUV. What do you guys think of the design in the renders and would you like to see it come to our market? Read more - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-honda-suv-likely-to-be-christened-zr-v-417158 IMAGE SOURCE
  6. The facelift for the Kia Picanto (or Morning as it is known in some markets) has just been revealed. The Picanto is the sister car to the previous-gen Hyundai i10 sold in the international market (not to be confused with the India-spec Grand i10, which had different engines and was a bit larger). This update has brought with it some design changes mainly on the front and rear bumpers as well as headlights and taillights. What do you guys think of the hatchback and do you think it would make for a good addition to the brand's India line-up? Read more - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-kia-picanto-facelift-images-leaked-417091
  7. I have cine across some images of the new yet to be launched BMW 5 Series sedan. The images show off the front and rear design. There is a new grille, new headlights, more aggressive front, and rear bumpers and new taillight design, besides this the overall design of the car looks similar to the current model. What do you guys think of this new design? IMAGE SOURCE
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  9. Toyota will unveil an all-new compact SUV on November 5. This new SUV will be a global model and will be built at multiple locations. Here's a computer-generated rendering of what it could look like. What are your thoughts on this compact SUV? IMAGE SOURCE
  10. Land Rover has embarked on a massive new model blitz that could more than double its annual sales by 2020. It is almost certainly the biggest investment that the UK car industry has ever seen. Land Rover’s future model line-up will fully cover the three main areas of the booming global SUV market — luxury, leisure and utility. According to Land Rover’s design director Gerry McGovern, the brand is set to expand all three of its model families. The plans include additional models for the Range Rover line-up, a new Defender family and a radical expansion of the Freelander range that will create four new ‘leisure’ SUVs during the next seven years. Land Rover sources refuse to estimate the potential size of the car-maker once the seven-year plan has been introduced. However, market data suggests the global SUV market will reach 22 million units by 2020. If, by radically expanding its line-up, Land Rover captured around three per cent of that market, it would be close to producing 600,000 vehicles annually. Read full story here: http://www.autocarin...s-revealed.aspx