Bentley Flying Spur: Bentley enhances luxury of Flying Spur, adds 4-seat configuration

CREWE: Bentley has revealed a suite of new features for their Flying Spur by adding new luxury options and contemporary alternatives, the luxury carmaker announced on Monday. The Flying Spur can now be configured to include a four seat configuration, semi-aniline leather, hand cross stitching, veneered inserts for the rear doors and electrically operated picnic tables. To the exterior, three new paint colours are introduced along with full access to the Bentley Mulliner palette of satin and pearlescent options, further enhanced by new wheel finishes and the option of full…

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Audi RS7 Sportback: 2020 Audi RS7 Sportback set for July 16 launch

NEW DELHI: The highly anticipated Audi RS7 Sportback is set to hit the streets on July 16. The Audi RS7 Sportback marks the model’s second generation and is claimed to deliver improved performance and efficiency. The 2nd gen Audi RS7 Sportback is powered by a 4-litre TFSI V8 engine. The 3996cc engine delivers an enormous power output of 600 PS and also has an astonishing peak torque of 800 Nm. The new Audi RS7 Sportback is complaint with the 2020 European emission standards. And when it comes to the exhaust…

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Aston Martin DB5: Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation car rolls out after 50 years

NEWPORT PAGNELL: After 55 years, Aston Martin has rolled out the all-new DB5 Goldfinger Continuation which is now ready for delivery. The DB5 which rolled off production over 50 years ago has now been reproduced with Bond-car features like rear smokescreen, revolving number plates, machine guns, tyre slasher, weapons storage and even more. DB5 Goldfinger Continuation comes packed with Bond car features like rear smokescreen Dubbed ‘the most famous car in the world’ and renowned as being among the most desirable and sought-after classic Aston Martin models, the DB5 has…

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Skoda Octavia: Skoda Octavia RS and Scout plug-in premiered

Mladá Boleslav: Skoda Auto has premiered two plug-in hybrids Octavia RS and Octavia Scout, which will add to the Octavia family of the brand. The new Scout now comes with a new 2.0 TDI EVO delivering 200 PS and 400 Nm – the most powerful diesel engine in OCTAVIA history. Furthermore, Skoda is offering the Octavia Scout with front-wheel drive in addition to all-wheel drive. Customers can also opt for a 2.0 TDI with an output of 115 PS and a 1.5 TSI delivering 150 PS, each with manual 6-speed…

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Hero MotoCorp presents 100 scooters to women officers of Gorakhpur Police

GORAKHPUR: Hero MotoCorp on Monday presented 100 Hero scooters to the women police officers of Gorakhpur Police Department. The fleet of scooters presented to the police officers consisted of the Hero Destini 125 and the Hero Maestro Edge 125. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath flagged off a rally of the presented scooters from Gorakhnath Mandir in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. The scooters have been equipped with GPS system, sires, flash lights, public announcement (PA) systems, pepper spray and other essential police accessories. These scooters will be helpful to the women…

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Renualt Kwid: ​Renault Kwid records 3.5 lakh unit sales milestone, new BS6 variant available

NEW DELHI: Renault Kwid, French manufacturer’s flagship offering in India has crossed landmark 3.5 lakh unit sales since its launch. The company also announced that the Kwid is now more accessible with the RXL variant launched with a BS6 compliant 1.0L powertrain in MT and AMT versions. The new RXL variant will be very competitively priced, at INR 4.16 lakh (ex-showroom) for the MT and INR 4.48 (ex-showroom) lakh for the AMT version. Renault has also announced a host of attractive offers for customers. These include ‘Buy Now Pay Later’…

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Hyundai receives 1,900 digital bookings

NEW DELHI: Hyundai Motor India on Monday announced that its online car buying platform ‘Click To Buy’ recorded 1.5 million visitors, over 20,000 enquiries and around 1,900 bookings since its launch in March this year. As the pandemic forced many automakers to push their sales online, Hyundai’s ‘Click To Buy’ platform highlights strong acceptance and showcases the comfort of purchasing cars online. The ‘Click To Buy’ feature changed the online retail experience for Indian customers. With ‘Click To Buy’, Hyundai offers a complete end-to-end online car buying solution that enables…

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MG Hector Plus Price in India: MG Hector Plus specifications revealed, bookings start at Rs 50,000 |

NEW DELHI: Morris Garages India revealed the details about its upcoming MPV Hector Plus on Monday. Bookings for the same is open and start at a price of Rs 50,000. The new Hector Plus is available in a BS6 compliant Petrol, Petrol Hybrid and Diesel engine, prices for the same have not been revealed yet. Engine specifications for the upcoming MG Hector Plus The design of the MPV looks stylish with a chrome front grille, dual tone alloy wheels, shark fin antenna, LED DRLS/headlamps/fog lamps/tail lights and floating light turn…

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Mercedes to recall 660,000 vehicles in China for oil leak

BEIJING: Mercedes-Benz will recall more than 660,000 vehicles in China later this year for a possible oil leak. A seal between a high-pressure fuel pump and a low-pressure fuel pipe could weaken over time, allowing oil to leak when the engine starts in cold weather, according to a notice published last week on the website of China’s State Administration for Market Regulation. The official Xinhua News Agency reported the recall Sunday. The recall of 668,954 vehicles will begin on Dec. 18. It includes several models made between February 2013 and…

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Maruti Suzuki chairman pens book on industrializing India

NEW DELHI: The tasks of making India a country where manufacturing becomes globally competitive, and creating a socially just society, are very difficult, argues Maruti Suzuki chairman R C Bhargava. The problems have been compounded by losing almost seven decades after Independence without becoming a competitive industrialised country, he says, adding during this period, the gap between the rich and poor grew wider and various conditions developed that are inconsistent with competitive manufacturing and a socially just society. Manufacturing, at present, is far from competitive and contributes only 15 per…

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Indian cycle industry has opportunity to increase its global market share: Hero Cycles CMD

LUDHIANA: Pankaj Munjal, CMD Hero Cycles on Saturday said that the cycle industry in the country is moving towards self-reliance in a phased manner. He said the people were looking at Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan for shifting manufacturing facilities out of China and India has an opportunity to increase its market share in cycle industry. “With media bashing of China, people are looking at Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan to some extent and to India. We have to be competitive. We stand a great chance,” he said. He was answering a query about…

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Slowdown, weak consumer sentiment extremely challenging for auto sector: Kinetic Green

MUMBAI: Slow economic growth coupled with dull consumer sentiment will be “extremely challenging” for the domestic automotive industry, which was already reeling under a sales slump even before the COVID-19 crisis, electric vehicle maker Kinetic Green said. At the same time, the company remains bullish on the electric vehicle (EV) segment in the long-term and expects demand to be strong. However, it is looking to push back some of its investment plans for the next one-two quarters to assess demand. Automakers reported zero sales in April amid the coronavirus lockdown,…

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