Adrians Ramadhani, an Indonesian rendering specialist, has created a performance-oriented version of the Maruti Ignis, which they are calling Maruti Ignis Sport. It’s important to be noted here that neither Maruti nor Suzuki have announced any plans of launching a ‘sport’ variant of the Ignis in the coming times.
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Volkswagen has launched the Polo GT Sport limited edition model in India. The special edition model, available on both variants of the Polo GT – TSI and TDI, receives a range of exterior and interior upgrades to further the model’s sporty stance.
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Maruti has taken the wraps off its next generation Swift Dzire. The car will be launched on 16th May. In terms of changes, it gets Suzuki’s new ‘Heartect’ platform which was first seen on the new Swift that was unveiled globally in March at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor will launch Innova Crysta Touring Sport in India on 4th May. The new Innova Crysta Touring Sport will be launched to celebrate the car’s first anniversary and takes its design cues from the Innova Venturer available in the Indonesian market.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire Tour has been launched in India starting at Rs.5.24 lakhs. The car is available in both petrol and diesel guises and Maruti is offering the new cab with discounts of up to Rs.40,000.
Kawasaki India has launched the 2017 model of the Z250 at Rs. 3.09 lakhs, the Kawasaki Z1000 at Rs. 14.49 lakhs and the Z1000R at a price of Rs. 15.49 lakhs. The Z250 doesn’t quite get a comprehensive update.
Maruti would be launching the next generation Swift Dzire on 24th May. Ahead of that the company has teased a sketch of the car. The new Swift Dzire gets comprehensive upgrades over the outgoing version especially in terms of design.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles India has rolled out the Fiat Punto EVO Pure at Rs.4.92 Lakhs. The Fiat Punto EVO Pure replaces the Fiat Punto Pure in the portfolio and becomes the entry-level offering under the Fiat brand.