Monthly Archive:: March 2011
Audi India, announced the launch of the Audi Q5 2.0 TDI quattro, the most recent addition to the highly successful luxury SUV in India. Priced at Rs 39,05,000/- (Ex-showroom Maharashtra) the deliveries to customers will begin in April.
South Korean S&T and Garware group based on Pune plans to form a joint venture to produce and deliver motorcycles in India. Garware Motors has planned to launch the 650-cc GT650R and the 700-cc ST7 S&T
Luxury car owners love to be pampered, and supercar owners love to be super-pampered. In that vein, Aston Martin has decided to team up with Canadian luxury phone manufacturer Mobiado to design the CPT002 concept phone.
Hybrids are working their way into seemingly everything these days–cars, supercars, luxury cars. The next-gen C-Class may take the hybrid drivetrain to the extreme, however, putting one in almost every variant available, according to a new report.
While another British magazine ended up damaging a Ferrari FF during a test-drive, our friends over at AutoCar managed to finish their test-drive without any hassles. Check out AutoCar’s 2012 Ferrari FF review right here after the jump.
BMW has taken off the covers from its uber-stylish BMW 650i convertible at Udaipur, the beautiful lake city of India. BMW has unveiled the all new 2011 6-series in India, the German Manufacturer has launched the soft-top
US cult bike maker Harley Davidson today said it will not hike prices of its two models to be assembled in India despite an increase in import duty for completely knocked down (CKD) parts. The company, which
The quintessential Ambassador is set to get its most radical makeover in the six decades of its history. The oldest face of Indian automobiles, which carries the legacy of the British Raj on its wheels, will undergo
The Germans are back with tough competition. Audi India pulled the wraps off the 2011 Audi R8 Spyder “drop top” supercar at the ongoing Mint Luxury conference at the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. The SuperCar is essentially a
Oh man! That’s bad. I can tell how excited he was being chosen as one of the few journalists from the world’s best known automotive media to go and drive the new Ferrari FF in its first