Electric vehicles by 2020, the new reality that India wants.

Electric vehicles are growing their field of operation as years are passing. Infact, many countries especially European are using these as an optional source. With growing need of fossil fuels and equally depreciation of resources, the need and exploration of alternative resource is growing it’s pace. In the same scenario, …


Sunny 2.0 from Nissan, will be an Indian version of “Versa”

Nissan introduces it’s “Versa”, the next gen Sunny for India. Sunny was the first in range with immense space that made it a blockbuster. Nissan sales boosted to a whole new level expanding it’s market significantly. Not to forget that this model is still a significant competitor in it’s class …


Sonata 2020 from Hyundai, Debuted at New York International Auto Show

Hyundai Debuted with it’s 2020 Sonata at the the New York International Auto Show. Recently Hyundai came with it’s Venue SUV and has also updated it’s Creta with more curves. This new one will the 3rd gen Sonata. The second gen Sonata was there only for a brief time and …


Defender from Land Rover in vigorous tests way before it’s launch.

Land Rover Defender has completed 1.2 million Kilometers of drive as a part of it’s development tests before the launch. The 2020 version of the model will be completing more than 45000 individual tests before it is available in the global market. The tests include very extreme ones though. From …


April 2020- phase out year for Maruti Suzuki diesel engines

Maruti Suzuki will be stopping availability of its all diesel engines from April 2020. Government of India is pushing the all-new FAME policy vigorously. In the same effect, many companies are coming with new ventures in order to acquire the required infrastructure that would satisfy the new norms. The all-new …


Jaguar to electrify its vehicles and launch in India from 2019.

Jaguar Landrover has recently announced that its hybrid electric vehicles would in India from 2019. Globally there is an increasing demand for electric vehicles. Incidentally, companies like Kia and Tesla have entered into the Indian stage. These also started giving tough competition to existing companies in the hybrid sector. So …


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