Weekly automotive news fix: car launches, some spy cars and upcoming models
Over the past seven days, the auto industry has seen a lot of action when it comes to cars being launched, leaks, and some upcoming model announcements. In case you missed any of them, we’ve got you covered with all the major headlines in this in-depth report.
Gurkha force launched
The Gurkha Force was launched in the country at a price of Rs 13.59 lakh (ex-showroom). It has a Mercedes-derived engine, a retro design inspired by the G-Class and plenty of off-road features. Reservations are in progress and deliveries are expected to start later. Curious to buy one? To manage here to find the details of the reservation.
Updates from Tata Punch
As we get an inch closer to revealing the Tata Punch, details about its variants and dimensions have surfaced online. In addition, the SUV now has an official reservation date. Faucet here find out more.
Mahindra XUV700 launched
Mahindra has officially revealed the prices for all variants of the XUV700, which start from Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The automaker also announced the test and reservation dates for the SUV. Head to here to read our in-depth article.
MG Astor could be launched on ..
A Delhi RTO document revealed details of the MG Astor’s trim ahead of its launch. Speaking of which, our dealer sources have hinted at a launch date, check it out. here!
Toyota Fortuner Legender To Get 4X4 AT Variant Soon
Toyota is set to present the Fortuner Legender with all-wheel drive in the coming days. To make it a better all-terrain vehicle, Toyota will also offer it with some off-road features. To manage here for details.
Jaguar will soon present the Blacked-Out I-Pace
Jaguar I-Pace will soon present the I-Pace Black trim in India. It will feature an all-black theme on the exterior as well as in the cabin. Reservations for the new version are already in progress. More details here.
Two new Audi coming soon
Audi India will launch the new Q5 and Q7 by the end of this year. Both updated models will feature Audi’s latest design language and updated BS6-compliant powertrains. Already interested? Faucet here find out more.
Discontinued Toyota Yaris
Toyota has officially said goodbye to the Yaris in India. However, the entry-level sedan will soon be replaced by a new model. Find more details here.