MotorBeam Daily News Roundup – 25th November
News highlights of the day include Datsun, Toyota, Rolls-Royce and Tesla.
Datsun – The Japanese carmaker is offering discounts of up Rs. 51,000/- for their entire fleet of cars in November. These offers include cash discount, exchange bonus, corporate offers and year-end bonus for Datsun GO, GO+ and redi-GO. These offers are valid until 30th November or until stocks last.
Toyota – Toyota Kirloskar Motor declared a lock out on 10th November at their plant in Bidadi, Karnataka after the union went on strike. Few days later the authorities directed to resume the operations in the plant. Now on 23rd November, the workers have resumed their sit-in strike. This will eventually result in shortage of supply after a spike in demand during the festive season.
Rolls-Royce – The ultra-luxury carmaker has come up with Rolls-Royce Neon Nights Collection for Black Badge models including Dawn, Wraith and Cullinan. This is a limited edition series with neon-effect paint. The interior too comes with neon upholstery and neon graphics on the dashboard.
Tesla – The electric carmaker has recalled 9136 units of Tesla Model X manufactured between 17th September, 2015 and 31st July, 2016 due to an applique issue on the windscreen. The reason stated is “adhesive failure at the applique-to-urethane interface due to lack of primer.”
Motor Trivia – Did you know, the 2020 Audi R8 Decennium comes with bronze wheels.
Comment of the day – Super Shaan – “The design just doesn’t feel WOW, like the previous gens. 2011 to 2015 10R is still the best looking design for me.”