- CarsMG Hector launched in India: Should you buy the new SUV?
MG Motor has officially stepped in the Indian market with their premium SUV Hector launched on Wednesday at a competitive price tag of Rs 12.18 lakhs to Rs 16.88 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). Booking for the SUV starts at Rs 50,000 and the deliveries will begin soon.CarsMG Hector SUV launched in India at Rs 12.18 lakhs
MG Motor India Pvt. Ltd, the Indian division of the iconic British carmaker now owned by China’s SAIC Motor Corp. Ltd, on Friday launched its much anticipated SUV Hector in the Indian market. Starting at ₹12.18 lakh, the Hector comes in four variants—Style, Super, Smart and Sharp— and a total of 11 configurations.CarsWagon R electric to be sold via Nexa dealers
India's leading carmaker Maruti Suzuki, which sells its premium cars via Nexa dealership, will be selling the Wagon R electric car from the premium store.CarsCristiano Ronaldo drives his brand new Rs 6.6 cr McLaren Senna
Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo added brand new Rs 6.6 cr McLaren Senna to his car collections. In a recently published video on YouTube, he can be seen driving his new McLaren Senna to training.CarsHyundai Venue SUV launched for a price tag of Rs 6.50 lakh
Hyundai Venue will be offered in seven colour options - Star Dust, Fiery Red, Polar White, Typhoon Silver, Deep Forest, Lava Orange and Denim Blue. Also, the company will be offering three dual-tone options - Denim Blue with Polar White Roof, Polar White with Phantom Black Roof and Lava Orange with Phantom Black Roof.CarsRapper Badshah's new ride is Rolls-Royce Wraith worth Rs 6.46 crores
Rolls-Royce Wraith is believed to be an 'Inspired by Music' Edition that houses a 1300-Watt sound system with 18-channels. It features two bass speakers, seven tweeters, seven mid-range sound speakers and two additional speakers fitted in the car's headlining.CarsMaruti Suzuki to phase out diesel cars in India from April 2020
Maruti Suzuki, which is the largest car maker in the country, on Thursday, announced plans to discontinue selling all diesel cars in the country from April 1, 2020, citing uncertainty over demand for such vehicles due to “significant” increase in price once the new BS VI emission norms kick in.CarsNew Maruti Alto 800 with BS6 engine: What's good and bad?
In terms of mechanics, the car is still powered with a decent 800 cc engine, however, it has been tuned in a way that it matches BS6 norms which will become mandatory for all cars hitting the market from next year. Here is our analysis on car differentiating the goods and bads about it.CarsTesla's 1 million robotaxis to hit US roads by next year - a threat to Uber and Lyft
The people will be able to book a robotaxi via the same Tesla application, like they do for an Uber or Lyft. The only difference will be that there will be no driver in the car.CarsBaleno hybrid: Maruti's first BS6 compliant engine car launched in India
Complying with the new emission norms, Baleno will also be able to generate better fuel efficiency on roads. The Lithium-ion battery pack is compact and designed for long service life and will hence attract more buyers to its fold.