A forgettable 2013 notwithstanding, the new year will see a deluge of new cars. Almost two dozen new cars are expected to be launched in 2014 as manufacturers seek to shrug off the slugishness of the market. Racing to beat slowdown
The eccentric Italian supercar company has taken the wraps off the eagerly awaited Gallardo replacement, but fans and potential owners hoping to see it in the flesh will have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show in March to do so.
General Motors India on Friday said it will hike prices of its entire range of vehicles by up to Rs. 10,000 from next month in order to partially offset impact of rising input costs.
A new compact SUV available with a choice of fuel or hybrid engine, the Honda Vezel hits the Japanese market Friday, December 20.
German car maker Daimler said on Thursday it will team up with Aston Martin to build new engines for the British luxury brand's next generation of models.
Skoda plans to launch a large new SUV in 2016, company chief Winfried Vahland has confirmed to Autocar.
Automaker soft launched Ultra range of trucks two months ago and has sold 300 units till date
Hyundai will showcase two new models at the upcoming Auto Expo 2014.
We recently brought you news of Z1000 being confirmed for India, a motorbike the famous Japanese maker only recently showcased at the EICMA motorcycle show, Milan.
What is the most useless feature in your car? It’s a big question that can lead to hours and hours of debate.
Early next year, Japanese car major Honda will launch the diesel version of its bestselling sedan, the City, which among other things will become the most fuel efficient car in India with a mileage of 26 kilometres per litre (kpl).
Skoda will soon launch the Superb facelift. The updated car will also be displayed at the upcoming Auto Expo event. Skoda has begun testing the updated Superb earlier this year.
Promising race car thrills plus everyday use practicality, the car provides a sneak peek of what to expect when a production super Mini finally arrives.
This year has been rather unforgettable for most in the domestic automobile industry. Sales have been sluggish, sentiment has been low, excitement lower and footfalls at showrooms the lowest. Yet, as is always the case there are some that flow against the tide. Not many new cars have struck gold ...
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday to chalk up a record ninth victory in a row, and 13th of the Formula One season.
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