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Complete Coverage Of 2010 Auto Expo

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We just concluded our coverage of the 2010 Auto Expo, which was a fantastic extravaganza of the most happening automobiles in the country. With more than 80 posts and close to 800 pictures, the Auto Expo has kept us on our toes. But we are glad we could make the readers feel as if they were present at the Expo themselves. The 2010 Auto Expo was a huge success, with participation from almost every global and local car maker. A few cars (like the Toyota Etios and Honda Brio) made their world debut at the Expo as well. The Auto Expo was organized by CII, SIAM and ACMA and they did a fantastic job of putting up an amazing show. If you missed it, never mind as we have covered each and every vehicle in detail from the show.

Links to all the companies and their cars, concepts, announcements and launches at the 2010 Auto Expo

Cars : –

Jaguar Land Rover
Maruti Suzuki
Tata Motors

Bikes : –

Bajaj Auto
Harley Davidson
Hero Electric
Hero Honda
Honda Motorcycle
Mahindra 2 Wheelers
Royal Enfield
TVS Motor

Others : –

DC Design

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  • http://motorbeam chetan

    awesome coverage, i felt like i was in autoexpo, u guys indeed done a very splendid job, postings , pictures were excellent, i am enjoying motorbeam. but i was dissapointed with the companies , not showcasing much cars or bikes, it was mere cosmetic changes, no technology upgradation, example tvs didnt bring 180 fi, or bajaj didnt showcased there 200 cc or 2010 upgradtion pulsars, suzuki no new alto , wagon r, omni, new 1.2 swift , but kisazhi was rockin, but the commercial vehicles rocked this time tata, mahindra , ashokleyland , volvo,mercedes, were mind blowing, tata with aria, sadly mahindra, didnt showcase thier world suv,toyota no new innova , avanza , or new fortuner with automatic transmissions, but prius was good, but the etios was the worst in toyota stall, instead of that they should have simply launched vios and yaris, accept the mistake toyota,iam sad.hero honda , uff,no new fi systems with their models,yamaha no new scooters, only cosmetic changes which were tasteless, but only few superbikes,harely davidson welcome to INDIA ,mahindra2wheelers no new production ready models, but the hybrids , electrics were of a good sign, renault did a good job , but no new logan,benz was good, skoda fair ,audi good,vw,ok. overall the coverage of ur team the media in supporting this expo was stunning, but the companies didnt shake thier leg too much, i thought it will be the best expo, but came out to be mere good, they had the oppurtunity to showcase the strength, see hyundai production ready models and a concepts, like tata aria,they really showcased the strenghts, i expected a lot lot, but it was some wat tasteless, but iam happy with motorbeam work, lets see the next auto expo, but this expo, needs scope for improvement. overall some mirchi was missing, wat u say fas, rite or wrong?wats ur view, tats my view, but i enjoyed with motorbeam , the journey with motorbeam was superbly splendid:-)

  • fas

    Thanks Chetan. Yes many cars and the expected variants were missing. I think companies thought lets get glamour and forget the upcoming models for some time, LOL.

  • Shrey Soni

    You guies have done a great job by covering the Expo.
    I am very thankful to Motorbeam for such a wonderful job.

  • sumit

    Superb coverage Fas. Simply excellent. Could not have asked for more.

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  • rajesh ch

    KUDOS to TEAM MOTORBEAM!Thank you for the complete coverage with detailed reviews.we had the feeling of visiting the entire show without missing any on the details.even if we reach there we could have not covered the show as you guys did. am the regular visitor of your blog the content and design aesthetics of your site is amazing! i wish you all the success to your blog. let the good work flow!!!

    Warm Regards,

  • abhiram

    gotta say a big thanks to u guys…i cudn’t attend the auto expo coz im not in delhi now and have my exams going on..but thanks to u guys, i cud get all the information i needed…thanks a lot…and keep up the good work!!

  • Kalyan

    As a regular reader of motorbeam, I sincerely Thank U guys for the awesome work… A fantastic overview of the expo… Staying far from india..iam really happy to read the auto updates from ur site …keep the good work going…

    • fas

      Thank you Kalyan for your kind words.

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