Bike lovers in for a treat as manufacturers roll out their latest wheels at the Auto Expo this year.
Car frenzy goes to another level as companies showcase their latest in SUV range at the Auto Expo 2014.
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While the young models are relieved that the venue of the show has moved from the city to the far-off Greater Noida and this will result in fewer visitors just for the sake of 'eye candy', they are also apprehensive the cross-border crowd may just pose more untowardly stares.
India's car makers and their global rivals put on a bold display of optimism and lined up a range of concept cars and new models on the second day of the 12th Auto Expo as they sought to put a year of sluggish sales behind them.
India is fast-emerging as the ‘transportation designers’ hub for both global and Indian auto majors. With demand for new concepts and designs growing in the market, every auto major, wants to showcase conceptualised and designed vehicles in India.
They are easy to drive, hassle free and practical for city driving, but somehow automatic or gearless cars have never taken off in India. They are supposed to be costly, slow off the mark and gas guzzlers. The Celerio may change all that, writes Sumant Banerji. Full coverage: Auto Expo 2014
Along with flashy cars and jazzy bikes stand gorgeous girls who bring glamour to the Auto Expo. Dressed in designer clothes and wearing heavy make up, their job is to smile and pose for countless cameras as photographers and visitors throng various pavilions.
The country’s five top-selling cars flunked a crash test recently, sparking a debate on whether manufacturers are undercutting safety requirements to keep vehicles cheap in a cost-conscious market.
Iconic British bike maker Triumph on Thursday expanded its product portfolio in India with the launch of 'Daytona 675' having a price tag of Rs 10.15 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) at the Auto Expo in Greater Noida.
Aimed at strengthening its position in the compact car segment, country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Thursday launched Celerio, priced between Rs 3.9 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Full coverage: Auto Expo 2014