In the past week, several introductions, revelations, and announcements made the show run smoothly. If you missed this week’s four-wheel dope, allow us to serve you the best hand-picked in this review:
Mahindra XUV700 breaks cover!
Mahindra has unveiled the XUV700. The three-row SUV is the automobile manufacturer’s first model to bear the new “Twin Peaks” logo and is powered by powerful petrol and diesel engines with optional all-wheel drive. It also gets a foot-long feature list; over head here to find more details. Mahindra has also announced that Prices of selected variants and its pricing is absolute killer.
Audi RS5 Sportback presented
Audi launched the facelifted RS5 Sportback in the country. It now comes as a four-door Sportback instead of the traditional two-door coupe in its pre-facelift avatar and receives a host of cosmetic upgrades. The Sportback is powered by a 450 hp 2.9-liter twin-turbo V6 engine and manages the resistance from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.9 seconds. To check prices and other updates, click here.
The Land Rover Defender gets a V8
The JLR Group presented the Defender V8 in India. The performance SUV is powered by a 525 hp, 5.0-liter V8 power unit and adds some performance-oriented mechanical upgrades. Would you like to know how fast it hits the 100 km / h mark? Over head here.
Tata Harrier and Safari get a new cut
Tata has expanded the lineup of the Harrier Safari Duo with a new XTA + equipment. Placed above the XT + variant, it receives a feature to be highlighted and an automatic transmission. It costs ..? Find out here.
MG adds new variants to the Gloster and Hector series
Morris Garages has introduced new variants of the Gloster and the Hector. The first gets a new 7-seater variant, while the latter gets a decent mid-range equipment with new functions. Further information on the Gloster can be found here and on Hector here.
Lamborghini Countach nameplate revived
Lamborghini has revived the Countach nameplate on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the cult model. It will be a limited edition sports car, deliveries are planned for the beginning of next year. To take a stroll down the legendary Lambo trail, go on here.
Pininfarina launches the first production-specific Battista
Automobili Pininfarina has officially presented the first Battista ready for series production. The fully electric hypercar is powered by four electric motors that are supported by a 120 kWh battery and accelerate from zero to 100 km / h in less than 2 seconds. click here to discover the beauty of Mahindra!
Volkswagen Taigun bookings open
Volkswagen India has started pre-launch bookings for the Taigun ahead of its expected launch in September 2021. Interested customers can book the upcoming SUV via the official website or the nearest dealer. Find booking details here.
Skoda Kushaq 1.5 liter TSi deliveries begin
Skoda has started shipping the 1.5-liter turbo gasoline variants of the Kushaq and has also unveiled its ARAI-claimed fuel efficiency. However, the SUV has already booked over 6,000 units and currently has a waiting period. For more information, head here.
Hyundai i20 with N-Line Trim
Hyundai will launch the i20 N Line equipment in India on August 24, 2021. It is powered by a 1.0 liter turbo gasoline engine and will add some sportier updates to the standard hatch. Expected prices, features and specifications here.
Tata Tigor Ziptron teased
Tata teased the facelifted Tigor EV with its older brother, the Ziptron drivetrain of the Nexon EV. More information on range and drive here.
Vehicle scrapping policy updated
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has officially introduced the new vehicle scrapping policy for the country. Its main focus is on reducing overall pollution in the country by getting rid of old and polluting vehicles that emit more pollutants and are less efficient. Tap here for the complete article.