British sports car maker Lotus has unveiled a new model that runs on biofuel, and can do up to 135kmph over snow and ice. Known as the Concept Ice Vehicle (CIV), it is a single seater and uses a motorbike engine with a supercharger, and can operate in temperatures as low as minus 72C (minus … Read More
A test drive of the new Tata Indica Vista Quadrajet has really impressed us. Tata has come a long way and the new Vista is a major step in the right direction for Tata Motors.
Yamaha India has launched a new colour for the superb R15. We had told you about it some time back. The new colour is Blazing Red and looks amazing with black plastic inserts. However the colour can’t be best admired in the pics. You need to get a real look of the same.
Hyundai’s Kappa engined i10 is indeed fantastic, a test drive of the new 1.2L powered i10 makes us say so.
After various tuners tried their hands on tuning the GTR, its Nismo’s (Nissan’s in house tuning arm, like Honda has Mugen) turn. The official Club Sports Package for the Nissan GTR R35 wont be costing much. Around Rs. 21.46 lacs (50,000 USD) to be precise, which isn’t cheap by any means.
Hyundai plans to take on Maruti’s A-Star, Splash and the Swift by launching a diesel powered version of the hot selling i10. The i10 diesel engine would really make a dent in Maruti’s small car sales.
General Motors Corp plans to launch a new small car in India in the second half of 2009, but has no plans to take on Tata Motor’s low-cost Nano, its India head said on Thursday.
Meanwhile, the new Corolla (Altis) from Toyota is coming on September 5 and Honda will bring its new City in the middle of next month. Maruti’s A-Star hatchback will be introduced in October. Ditto for Fiat’s Linea sedan along with GM’s new entry into the sedan segment. The new 7 Series from BMW and Hyundai … Read More
It is no secret that Toyota is feeling the heat in the UV segment with the launch of the 2.2 AVL powered Scorpio and Safari. Thus Toyota decided that it shall give its best selling vehicle in India a slight refereshment in the form of a MMC (Mid Life Minor Change)