With premium hatchbacks now is vogue in India, Megane will not be a bad fit we believe. The auto, which will be positioned above the Swift, will be a direct competition to Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz. The other SUV too is special in its own way. It will also be the second vehicle by Maruti Suzuki to be sold through the Nexa dealership. The GLC will slot in above the GLA in the Mercedes-Benz portfolio and will hit Indian shores within the upcoming year.
The Ssangyong Tivoli has been on Mahindra’s radar as a future prospect in India for some time now.
We did not see the the first three generations in India, but now the French company is launching the fourth generation at this Frankfurt Motor Show. Mercedes will showcase the convertible version of its line S-class.
Frankfurt Motor Show, one of the biggest event for the auto industry around the world, will kickoff today in its namesake city. Dacia will exhibit the 2016 Duster, and Nissan will present its new eagerly awaited concept auto that will offer a hint of future models while Toyota may unveil a new compact crossover based on the C-HR.
“Even if we’re starting from very low levels, it’s still encouraging to see the market recover”, driven by double-digit growth in southern Europe, said Stefan Bratzel, director of the Center for Automotive Research CAM. We will see the fastest and probably the most expensive SUV by Bentley, the Bentayga, as well as the Audi A6 e-tron, a vehicle that might boast of 500 miles on electricity alone.
The launch of a new Rolls is always a momentous occasion. Lamborghini will also drop the top on its Huracan Spyder. In terms of pricing, the relatively small Rolls is expected to slot in between the Wraith and the company’s flagship sedan, the Phantom Drophead Coupe.
As a teaser for the Motor Show, the motif shows the characteristic double-kidney grille of the new BMW 7 Series – featuring active air flap control, which automatically opens and closes the rotatable flaps behind the grille to meet the engine’s cooling requirements. The Italian carmaker has placed a lot of faith in its new SUV project and has insisted that the Levante will help recover the company’s profits after launching next year.
First and foremost is the Tata Motors owned Jaguar’ F-Pace.