MotorBeam Daily News Roundup – 24th February
News highlights of the day include Nissan, Porsche, Rolls-Royce and BMW.
Nissan – The Japanese carmaker is getting a lot of bookings for the Nissan Magnite compact SUV. The VFM quotient of the car has worked well for Nissan. Currently, the bookings of the Magnite has crossed 40,000 units. To meet the growing demand, Nissan has increased the production of the Magnite.
Porsche – The performance carmaker has teased the upcoming Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo. The full-electric vehicle will make its global debut on 4th March. With a bigger rear profile, the Taycan Cross Turismo offers more headroom for the rear passengers along with more cargo space.
Rolls-Royce – The ultra luxury brand has introduced a new limited edition Rolls-Royce Phantom Tempus Collection. This edition is limited to just 20 units and is inspired by time, astronomical phenomena and the infinite reaches of the universe.
BMW – The latest generation BMW M3 and M4 have been recalled due to improper welding. This issue in the affected cars could result in the loss of ABS and braking assistance. A total of 901 units are affected in this recall in North America.
Motor Trivia – Did you know, the Lexus LS400 can balance a coin on its engine at 3000 RPM.
Comment of the day – Being Shenoy – “Looks clean and way better in comparison to current Hyundai cars with HUGE Grille.”