News highlights of the day include Hyundai, Ferrari, BMW and Suzuki.

2020 Hyundai Creta Launch
Hyundai Creta to launch a day early due to Coronavirus

Hyundai Creta – Hyundai has preponed the launch of the new generation Creta in India due to the widespread of Coronavirus in the country. The carmaker will reveal the SUV to media in batches. It will be launched on 16th March instead of 17th March.

Ferrari – The Italian supercar maker continues operation in their Maranello production facility in Italy despite Coronavirus related quarantine measures. Ferrari officials say they are taking strict measures for continued working activity in the production facility.

BMW i8 – The hybrid sports car from BMW which attracted a lot of eye balls thanks to its futuristic design, is getting discontinued across the globe by April 2020. The German luxury carmaker will pull the plug on the BMW i8.

Suzuki Hayabusa – One of the most popular superbikes in the history of automobiles has been discontinued in India. It was popularly known as the “Dhoom” bike in our country and with the bike getting out of stock, the Japanese bike maker has no plans to re-introduce the bike in India as it is not BS6 compliant.

Motor Trivia – Did you know, the engine start/stop button and AC control buttons in the McLaren Senna is on the roof.

Comment of the dayBeing Shenoy – “Maruti is always leading so it should be titled- Top selling cars after Maruti Suzuki.”

2020 Suzuki Hayabusa Price
Suzuki Hayabusa discontinued in India