BMW, Audi, Jaguar and Mercedes: the most glamorous names of the auto industry are at the India Auto Expo in Greater Noida, but you have to be a millionaire to buy their cars. If you can't buy, check out the price tag of the five most expensive cars at the expo.
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German auto major Mercedes-Benz has taken its armouring capability to its off-roader ML Class range, and launched the M-Guard at the Auto Expo on Wednesday. The leviathan is priced at Rs. 2.49 crore (ex-showroom Delhi), and can protect people with threat perception from machine-gun fire and even grenade attacks.
The newly launched Mercedes Benz ML-class range at the Auto Expo in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Burhaan Kinu)
Jaguar launched the F-Type Coupe at the Auto Expo. Unveiled the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, the F-Type Coupe for India is available in three variants. While its India price tag was not announced, the car’s high-end model is priced around $1,70,000 in the US.
Jaguar F-Type at the 12th Indian Auto Expo at Greater Noida. Photo courtesy: motortrends.com
BMW launched a new version of its SUV, X5. The X5 will be locally produced at company's Chennai plant and is expected to hit the market by the third quarter of 2014 year. The X5 is currently priced around Rs 80 lakh in India.
BMX X5 at the 12th Indian Auto Expo at Greater Noida. Photo courtesy: motortrends.com
BMW 3 Series GT
BMW launched the BMW 3 Series Gran Tourismo (GT) at the 12th Auto Expo, with a price tag of Rs 42.75 lakh. The BMW 3 Series GT is a good combination of performance and luxury.
BMW 3 Series Gran Tourismo (GT) at the 12th Indian Auto Expo at Greater Noida. Photo courtesy: motortrends.com
German luxury car maker Audi on Wednesday unveiled its much-awaited A3 sedan in the country and said it will be formally launched in the domestic market by mid-2014. While the price tag was not revealed, the Audi A3 is expected to compete with the Mercedes C-class and BMW’s 3-series.
Audi India unveils 'The next big Audi - Audi A3 Sedan' at the Auto Expo 2014, Greater Noids. (HT Photo/Virendra Singh)